July 17, 2019
If I explain to one of these useless cunts why men have to sit that way because they have external genitalia, does that count as “mansplaining”?
A university student has won a national award for designing a chair that stops men from manspreading.
Laila Laurel, 23, created the piece of furniture to stop men from widening their legs and encroaching on other people’s personal space.
Two bits of wood are cleverly positioned on the seat to physically stop whoever is sitting down from moving their legs apart.
Ah, I see “clever” is another one of those words that doesn’t mean anything anymore.
Here’s what her “invention” looks like:
Notice the womyn manspreading next to the cucks on the cuckstool with that stupid expression that women have on their faces when they think they’re doing something important.
Ms Laurel, who graduates in 3D Design and Craft from the University of Brighton later this month, has been commended for her innovative creation.
She won an award for emerging talent in the design industry called the Belmond Award, which calls for imaginative and cleverly presented ideas.
Isn’t false advertising illegal in the UK?
Speaking about her inspiration, Ms Laurel said: ‘It came from my own experiences of men infringing on my space in public.
‘With my chair set I hoped to draw awareness to the act of sitting for men and women and inspire discussion around this.’
The student said she was ‘shocked’,‘happy’ and ‘honoured’ to win the Belmond Award for her work, which is called ‘A Solution for Manspreading’.
The panel of judges said Ms Laurel’s work was ‘a bold, purpose-driven design that explores the important role of design in informing space, a person’s behaviour and society issues of today’.
Someone remind me – why would any sane man take something a woman says seriously?
Ms Laurel, originally from Norwich, Norfolk, has also made a second seat intended for women which, via a small piece of wood in the middle, encourages sitters to extend their legs wider apart.
Senior lecturer in architecture and design at the University of Brighton Dr Eddy Elton said he was ‘proud’ of his student’s achievement.
He added: ‘Over the past month our students and staff have come together to work tirelessly on its design.
‘Winning the award at such a prestigious event, which is recognised by the professional design community, was an amazing achievement for our students and university.
So a bunch of you needed an entire month to figure out how to glue two pieces of wood to a chair in a way that makes people sitting in it uncomfortable?
I don’t know if this is stunning and brave or brave and stunning, but I do know one thing – the world would be a much better place if all women had their tongues surgically removed at birth.