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October 02, 2013


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Women nag, men don't listen - it's a double stereotype - and would get shared like crazy on Facebook!


Wow, amazingly blatant. I don't understand how it seems okay nowadays to be blatantly sexist. It saddens me that money is becoming much more important than common sense and people. Thanks for the post.


It's very sad as it negatively stereotypes EVERYONE: women as nags, men as idiots/ignorers. The impact on young women and men is sad.


This just looks like a tongue in cheek bit of fun to me, typical little boy humour, just like the geek tee shirts - not offensive at all, geeks aren't offended at all by this ironic glorification. It is more like making fun of the little boy who doesn't listen than of his sister shouting at him. Some people spend their time being professionally outraged, there is so much more in life to be worried about.

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Thanks all for your comments. This has certainly stirred up a lot of debate - wonder if they're still selling it though?

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