The meme of a woman’s handbag wearing a dress and a bra is nothing new.
But this time around, a group of men are using the meme to mock women’s clothing choices.
The women wearing the dresses are known as “feminist meme-fans,” and they have made a name for themselves in the past few years by posting selfies with women’s underwear and clothing and using the hashtag #femmefatale.
But now the men are claiming that their “femist meme” is fake and it is the fault of women who wear “fat-shaming” clothing, The Washington Post reported.
The meme is a mashup of a man and a woman wearing the same outfit.
The men are calling the meme “feminazi” and saying they are upset because they are “harassed” and “caught” by the women’s wardrobe choices.
The men are accusing women of not understanding their clothing choices, claiming that they are being harassed by women who are not buying their clothing.
The memes are spreading quickly, with the most popular being “#femmyfucks,” which is being shared more than 1.4 million times.
A Facebook page for the meme has more than 2,000 likes.
The group is called “feminism meme fucks.”
“This is all completely ridiculous.
These memes are not just a meme,” said Rebecca Shulman, a professor of English at the University of Iowa and the author of “Feminism in American Literature: Feminist Memes, Sexual Politics, and Modernity.”
Shulman said that many people have been mocking the women in the meme, with some of them even calling them “fatty.”
“I think this is really indicative of a broader movement that is actually a lot more radical than the ‘Femi Fatale,’ ” Shulm said.
Shulmans research has found that the popularity of feminist memes is largely fueled by the “fat shaming” meme.
“It’s very much about what women wear,” Shulmans said.
“In some ways it’s a more extreme form of misogyny, but the message is very similar.”
Shuksa Srinivasan, a PhD student at the Center for the Study of Gender in the United States and a former professor of sociology at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, said that the “femi fatale” meme is not “just a joke” and that it is “a real threat to feminism.”
“The fact that a meme that makes fun of women’s bodies is being used as a kind of rallying cry for people who feel unsafe and threatened by women is pretty telling,” Srinis said.