Mansplaining Chart is All You Need This Christmas

It's the gift that keeps on giving

If you need to get a gift for someone who regularly talks down to you, assumes he knows more than you do even though you have just as much, if not more experience, or dismisses your views just because they're different from his own equally informed ones, you might want to check out this mansplaining graphic as a candidate. Print it out, frame it and offer it as the perfect gift for the clueless coworker, annoying neighbor or family member who says you should only worry your pretty little head about "ladies things." 

The product executive and designer's simple yet effective graphic, shown on her Twitter page, depicts what mansplaining is and how, if a woman didn't ask for your opinion or need it professionally, you really don't need to offer a supposed superior viewpoint or explanation. Perhaps we should all print them and carry them with us just in case.

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