Tweet About Men Being Left Out of Special K Advertising Goes Viral

Brenna Clarke Gray doesn't care if you think she's a "bad feminist"

Early this morning, eagle-eyed Twitter user Brenna Clarke Gray posted this very hilarious observation:

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For a closer look, here are screenshots of the two tweets Ms. Gray was referencing:

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The sarcastic late night tweet became inexplicably popular, and led to a debate on feminism and privilege in Ms. Gray’s Twitter mentions while she slept:

When Ms. Gray woke up and saw the firestorm her tweet had created, she was stunned:

Ms. Gray told the Observer that she only shared the Twitter ads in the first place because of their sheer absurdity.

“There were so many men annoyed to be left out of gender-targeted body messaging,” Ms. Gray said. “I found it totally weird and had to share.”

Several trolls on Twitter called Ms. Gray a “bad feminist,” but she frankly doesn’t care.

“Fine,” Ms. Gray said. “I’m not here for them.”

Tweet About Men Being Left Out of Special K Advertising Goes Viral