That wasn't me, but FWIW, it seemed clear to me that the original joke was against feminists, and I am both amused and offended by the sexism shown by some complaining about it here in seemingly assuming it was against females.
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it seemed clear to me that the original joke was against feminists
Do all feminists make that mistake about gender-specific terminology?
Have some non-feminists -- civil government and corporate Public Relations bods with no particular feminist sympathies or antagonism - ever been guilty of trying to 'gender-wash' their public communications for the (mostly undue) fear of antagonising 50% of the voting public.
I'm sure a well-crafted search could turn up numerous examples.
Three possible targets; one can't be, the other two could.
The rest of your post is so ambiguous that I cannot decide which posts you are targeting as trollism; and which you are 'supporting'; but either way, over-simplified, and ill-thought through 'conclusions' are what started this mess in the first place.
With the rise and rise of 'Social' network sites: 'Computers are making people easier to use everyday'
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I'm not sure if you are agreeing or disagreeing with my basic point that the target of the humor (and yes, there is a problem with humor that has a target) being feminists (I didn't say 'all' and was intending to be general enough in my wording to include '"feminists"'), of whatever gender, not females.