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A Lady Wrote That Mansplaining Men's Health Article

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Men's Health magazine experienced the wrath of Twitter overnight after publishing and tweeting a story titled "How To Talk To Women About Sports." The story, written by a woman (it should be noted), explains that women don't want to talk stats during sports games and instead, men should lure women onto the couch with tales of which sports player is married to which reality star and who overcame cancer this year.

According to the LA Times, Twitter was set ablaze after the story was published, garnering 4,800 @MensHealthMag mentions within two hours. The backlash was so severe that Men's Health took to Twitter to issue an apology.



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