@TIME And once everyone had finished asking her if she wanted a boy or girl, she got on with all that genocide investigation stuff.
— Ross McKinnonWaddell (@Ramck001) March 9, 2017
Yesterday, human rights lawyer Amal Clooney addressed the United Nations, giving an impassioned speech against the genocide being committed by ISIS and calling on the U.N. and the Iraqi government to bring ISIS to justice.
Here was TIME’s takeaway, inspired by People:
Amal Clooney shows off her baby bump at the United Nations https://t.co/EvO1cIvKDu
— TIME (@TIME) March 9, 2017
— jam (@jamileh) March 9, 2017
She gave a detailed speech about the brutality of Jihadism and the UN's duty to destroy it. pic.twitter.com/aB8Y7JaDOH
— Stephen Herreid (@StephenHerreid) March 10, 2017
Needless to say, TIME’s take did not go over well.
— Black Paxman (@TheLegendOfDad) March 10, 2017
— Jenise Morgan (@denisewithaj) March 10, 2017
— Christina (@cwu_bunzi) March 9, 2017
@TIME Just take a step back and consider this headline. Is that really what you think of women?
— Flic Everett (@fliceverett) March 9, 2017
@TIME She was there at hearings on genocide, which is her *job*. Could you be more patronizing and vapid if you tried?
— Jonathan Eyler-Werve (@EylerWerve) March 9, 2017
@TIME Seriously? WTF? Did she do "lawyery stuff" too? Gah! you should be ashamed of yourselves Time Magazine.
— Stacey Gates-Charter (@irishstayc) March 10, 2017
@TIME Really? Really? This is the headline? In 2017?
— Canteach (@canteach) March 9, 2017
@TIME Seriously?! This is the best you could come up with?! She was doing her job!!! ?
— HillaryS (@stempleh) March 10, 2017
@TIME Oh good. I'm glad you focused on the important things and not like her discussing genocide and human rights and what not. ?
— Lo Mayne (@LoMayne) March 9, 2017
@TIME Yes, thats whats important. Not her actual purpose in being there. Good grief.
— valerie (@badtoad20) March 9, 2017
@TIME You spelled "Badass human rights lawyer gives speech at UN to urge investigation on possible genocide by ISIS" wrong
— Ina Telebuh (@innekin) March 10, 2017
@TIME Shame on you. You demean Amal and her mission with this shallow headline. When are you going to take a professional woman seriously?
— Maria Swanson (@ZezeSwanson) March 9, 2017
@TIME Really? She is an accomplished human rights advocate at the UN on business and You comment on her appearance?
— Anne Stalfort (@astalfort) March 10, 2017
@TIME This is pathetic. She gave a powerful speech on an important issue and TIME is vacuously commenting on her appearance? SEXIST MUCH?
— POTUStweets (@POTUS_Tweets) March 10, 2017
@TIME JFC. It's not like she's a world renowned human rights lawyer DOING HER GODDAMN JOB or anything
— Rocko9 (@rekha108) March 10, 2017
@TIME this is an embarrassment to your magazine.
— ?RogueColbyAccount (@ccolbyrun) March 9, 2017
@TIME You do a disservice to Mrs. Clooney by publishing this drivel.
— York (@PPJudkins) March 9, 2017
@TIME I can't believe how the media has downplayed her accomplishments as a lawyer and have just made her Mrs. Clooney.
— Xan (@rebelle7fleur) March 9, 2017
@TIME your tweet is absolutely blind to the importance of Amal's reason for being at the UN and an insult to women. I expect more from Time
— JJ (@Jumpforjoy95) March 10, 2017
— Heidi Wilson (@HeidiMWilson) March 9, 2017
— Jennifer Baty (@JenBaty) March 10, 2017
.@TIME this has to be one of the most infuriating headlines ever. You should be ashamed.
— Jessica C. (@seca1985) March 10, 2017
@TIME how do you cope with the embarrassment of being this awful. How.
— Karen Kruzycka (@renarde) March 9, 2017
@TIME You're an embarrassment to media..
— Wannabe Kate Libby (@uhluviuh) March 10, 2017
@TIME is it any wonder that your publication is increasingly irrelevant? This turns a serious issue/person into clickbait garbage.
— Shep Samson (@sshepson) March 9, 2017
The media is garbage. https://t.co/nNiaMwshbH
— Heather Champion (@winningatmylife) March 10, 2017
Well, at least TIME acknowledged that Clooney is pregnant with babies and not blobs of cells. So that’s something …