Women have had it with "mansplaining," a term used to describe a man who explains something to a woman in a patronizing way, usually assuming the woman has no knowledge of the subject.
My friends coined a word: hepeated. For when a woman suggests an idea and it's ignored, but then a guy says same thing and everyone loves it— Nicole Gugliucci (@NoisyAstronomer) September 22, 2017
Also works in context of you saying something to a man, then him repeating exactly what you just said in a patronising authoritative voice 🙄— Jayde. (@jaydeyyyyy) September 22, 2017
Yes!!!! This happens ALL THE TIME!!!— Lee Ann (@Leeleefix) September 23, 2017
I was just thinking it should be called "mepeated"...
Hepeated is genius BTW
Studies have shown that males dominate 75 percent of all conference meetings, and with the new tool Twee-Q, men also get retweeted more than women. In over 11,000 tests and almost half a million retweets, men have been retweeted almost twice as often as women.