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Woman Designs Chair to Prevent ‘Manspreading’

In 2017, Madrid officially banned 'manspreading' on public transportation. The term refers to the way male commuters sometimes sit with their legs extended into their neighbors’ space. New York City banned manspreading in 2014, while Japan banned it back in the 1970s. PHOTO: Fortune

By forcing men to sit like they don’t have balls.

By Paul Joseph Watson | 17 July 2019

SUMMIT NEWS — A British woman has been awarded for designing a chair that prevents “manspreading” by forcing men to sit as if they don’t have any balls.

I’m not even joking.

“Manspreading,” otherwise known as ‘having a pair of testicles’ – is where men sit with their legs spread apart on public transport.

23-year-old Laila Laurel says she designed the chair “following her own experiences of ‘manspreading’”.

“It came both from my own experiences of men infringing on my space in public, and also from ‘The Everyday Sexism Project’, a website founded by Laura Bates in which women self-testify about sexism they experience,” she told LadBible[…]

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