Hey Daily Mail, it's 2017
The Daily Mail tweets sexist headline of Nicola Sturgeon and Theresa May
British newspaper the Daily Mail caused uproar on the internet when it tweeted a screenshot of its front page headline last night. It's so offensive, we'll just let you see it in its entirety for yourself.
Pictured are Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and British Prime Minister Theresa May sitting side by side during their meeting to discuss whether Scotland will continue its campaign for a second referendum on independence from the UK.
Clearly, there were plenty of better things to highlight (like all the work they're doing for their respective countries and people) besides their legs. As always, you can depend on Twitter to call out the BS.
It's 2017. This sexism must be consigned to history. Shame on the Daily Mail. pic.twitter.com/V3RpFSgfnO— Jeremy Corbyn MP (@jeremycorbyn) March 27, 2017
Breaking news: two women have four legs between them. Forget their brains - utterly immaterial. United by being unwitting pin-ups pic.twitter.com/RY64nVMLyF— Emma Barnett (@Emmabarnett) March 27, 2017
If Daily Mail was a person you'd get a restraining order, frankly. pic.twitter.com/ZZOfoFzYe5— Matt Haig (@matthaig1) March 27, 2017
We're living in the most political unstable era of my lifetime, and the Daily Mail are writing sexist articles about our leader's legs. pic.twitter.com/54uAuAE9Sp— Angry Salmond (@AngrySalmond) March 27, 2017
I feel for all the trees that get turned into Daily Mail newspapers. Truly the darkest fate on Earth.— Angry Salmond (@AngrySalmond) March 27, 2017
If you see a Daily Mail tomorrow... #ripitup— Alastair Campbell (@campbellclaret) March 27, 2017
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