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Scottish Parliament Bans “Gingerbread Men” to Fight Sexism

Finally, ladies and gentlemen, we are pleased to report that the governments in Europe are finally taking steps to remedy the fact that instances of rape have spiked all across the continent — gingerbread men cookies in Scotland will now be called “gingerbread persons” to be more inclusive.

That’s right — no more gendering your holiday desserts. This archaic and sexist practice will be cast into the trash bin of history where it belongs, and Scotland can lead the way into a future where women no longer have to worry about being discriminated against — because of a cookie or something.

To our readers: yes, this headline got us more than a few clicks, but you really have no idea how much we wish this was satire. It’s not. The Scottish parliament actually held a vote on this, and determined that changing the name of a Christmas cookie was actual step in fighting sexism. Disregard the fact that female lawmakers in the country are reporting being sexually harassed all the time. That doesn’t matter. What matters is feminist crap like this.

Here’s English YouTube commentator Carl Benjamin with more on this insane story.

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