Nicole Froio, a U.K.-based Ph.D. student, asked her Twitter followers for their best examples of mansplaining on Wednesday, and boy did they deliver.
Women responded in droves, with many sharing stories of the dreaded mansplain coming from their husbands, colleagues, doctors, classmates and strangers on the internet.
Some women have had their own bodily functions ― menopause, menstrual cramps, even childbirth ― explained to them by men, while others have been forced to hear men try to educate them on their own area of expertise.
Check out some of the most absurd examples below.
H/T Teen Vogue
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