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Kleenex gender-shamed into rebranding its “man-sized” tissues after whiny crybully Leftists complain

Thursday, November 01, 2018 by: Ethan Huff   

(Natural News) Feminist loathing of men has apparently reached the tissue paper market, as the popular Kleenex brand has reportedly decided to rename its “Mansize” tissues “Kleenex Extra Large” in order to pacify leftist lunatics who are accusing the company of being “sexist.”

In a statement, Kimberly-Clark, the Texas-based parent company of Kleenex, said that the name-change is a direct response to a “consistent increase of complaints on gender concern” – this, despite the fact that “Mansize” Kleenex tissues have been on the market for some 60 years without issue.

The company insists that longtime use of the word “Mansize” on the product, along with attractive descriptors about it being “confidently strong” and “comfortingly soft,” in “no way suggests” that any of this is “an exclusively masculine trait.” But this common sense explanation apparently isn’t enough for the deranged, man-haters psychopaths who see “sexism” in everything.

“Nevertheless, as we remain committed to developing the best possible products for our consumers and take any feedback extremely seriously, we decided to renovate our current product and update the product sub-brand as Kleenex Extra Large,” the company statement concluded.

Kleenex first introduced male-branded tissues back in 1956, offering them up as a disposable alternative to the large, cotton handkerchiefs that were popular at the time. The company has always offered these and other variations of its tissue paper for both genders, however – which any rational-thinking person should understand.

But feminists clearly aren’t rational, as evidenced by their insanely and ironically racist response to a product that, because it was originally designed for men, still carries this fact on its label as part of its branding heritage.

“Our Mansize tissues remain one of our most popular products, with 3.4 million people buying these tissues every year,” the company says.

Demented feminist mom tweets Kleenex in rage after son made innocent observation about Mansize label

To be clear, Kleenex’s “Mansize” tissues have only ever been sold in the United Kingdom, where radical leftism of many flavors, including man-hating feminism, is utterly rampant. Another recent case-in-point was the abolishment of an all-male choir that had been in existence in 1956, simply because it didn’t include women.

The U.K. grocery chain Waitrose also abolished a sandwich recently after feminists complained about its “misogynistic” name: the Gentleman’s Smoked Chicken Caesar Roll.

In other words, if it’s tailored to men, recommended for men, or even just mentions the word man or men, then it’s on the chopping block in the U.K. – and increasingly in the United States and other Western countries as well, thanks to the rapidly spreading cancer known as feminism.

And all of this insanity is being passed on to the next generation as well. Part of the reason why Kleenex is now kowtowing to feminist mental illness like these others is because of a message it received on Twitter from a feminist mom named Lisa Hancox, a “marketing chief.”

Hancox whined that her four-year-old son – shame on the man who decided to breed with her – observed that the tissue box said “Mansize,” and asked whether “boys and mummies” could use them, too.

It was an innocent statement out of the mouth of a babe that the child’s feminist mother of course used as an opportunity to go absolutely rogue libtard on Kleenex.

“He suggests you should call them ‘very large tissues,'” Hancox claimed, more than likely lying. “It is 2018.”

To read other insane stories about the societal cancer known as feminism, be sure to check out Gender.news.

You can also read more news about the hijacking of civil culture by political correctness by visiting PoliticalCorrectness.news.

Sources for this article include:

Lifezette.com

USAToday.com

NaturalNews.com

Telegraph.co.uk