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Man tried to prove male privilege is a myth. It did not go well for him.

Man tried to prove male privilege is a myth. It did not go well for him.

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Okay, this isn't just any man — it's far-right political commentator Steven Crowder, who's been trolling the left for years. On February 16, Crowder tweeted a picture of himself sitting at a table on the campus of TCU in Fort Worth, Texas, with a banner reading, "Male privilege is a myth. Change my mind." Along with the pic, he tweeted "Hello @TCU. Come one come all. #ChangeMyMind"

He set up a booth! He had that banner printed up! You can smell the smugness coming through the computer! Anyway, Crowder (who famously wrote a column about waiting until marriage to have sex, claiming he got married "the right way") could have saved himself some time and money — he didn't need a booth when people were happy to drag his ass all over the internet.

https://twitter.com/maria_delrusso/status/965587919548362753

Some people did try to actually explain the concept to Crowder.

https://twitter.com/khansen/status/965624124969189376

Privilege is also being able to take the time and money to set up a stupid booth on a college campus so you can debate strangers on whether men have advantages that women don't. This wasn't done in good faith — no one was going to change Crowder's mind, because he's already made it up.

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