Party Over Here's Comedy Sketch Tells Men Exactly What to Do With Their Mansplaining

Party Over Here's Comedy Sketch Tells Men Exactly What to Do With Their Mansplaining
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You probably think you know everything there is to know about mansplaining, but actually, you probably don't know that it makes a hilarious subject for a good comedy sketch.


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In a comedy sketch from the cast members of the show Party Over Here, mansplainers have a new outlet through which to explain the world to desperately-in-need women: the Mansplaining Hotline. 

Men can feel free to explain Star Wars characters — like whether lead character Rey is actually a Mary Sue, a derogatory term for female characters who are able to do it all. 

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Or the intricacies of electoral politics and companies buying the election. 

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And even football. 

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There's no topic that callers into the line won't be allowed to mansplain. Like men's rights. 

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While the sketch is funny, mansplaining is no joke. It suggests a fundamental distrust of women and their abilities. If you've mansplained, or are thinking about mansplaining, please check this chart before you do so:

And yes, men, mansplaining happens to all women: including Hillary Clinton