The BBC has an article up about an ugly feminist receiving “backlash” for her pettiness. Laila Laurel won a “major award” for creating a pair of seats designed to force men’s legs together while forcing women’s legs apart.
According to the BBC, Laurel designed the chairs to solve the problem of men taking up too much space:
She said the “concept” chair was inspired by her experiences of men “infringing on my space in public”.
But if you look at the picture in the BBC article, by design the seats quite obviously take up extra space in order to assuage feminist envy of men. It isn’t about saving space at all.
She also made a second chair intended for women which encourages sitters to push their legs apart.
As part of her prize, Laurel will be commissioned to create a product for the hotel and leisure company and receive a £1,000 bursary.