Sean Ono Lennon is, as we speak, engaging in a one-man war against mansplaining. By mansplaining about the word mansplaining.
As so many things do, it began with an out-of-nowhere unasked-for declaration of MISANDRY.
The term 'mansplaining,' is sexist.— Sean Ono Lennon (@seanonolennon) September 10, 2016
So many tried to warn him.
@seanonolennon you're joking right?— ℙℛiℕℂℰ (@oblvius) September 10, 2016
@seanonolennon sean… i love you but this will not end well— the good posts guy (@Lowenaffchen) September 10, 2016
Sean Oh No Lennon https://t.co/ZZ2K7s255W— David Lewis (@davidclewis) September 10, 2016
But he was a man on a mission. A douchey, annoying mansplain of a mission. And he’s ready to argue with anyone who disagrees with him. And his disagreements are…something.
He seems like a cool dude.
He’s inspired others to miss the point and further mansplain the word mansplain in a perfect example of the concept of mansplaining.
As writer Feminista Jones pointed out, MANSPLAINCEPTION.
This is one of Twitter greatest Inception moments. Behold, good people. We don't get many of these golden nuggets https://t.co/shhLlTFFi1— I Will Block Ya Mama (@FeministaJones) September 10, 2016
It would appear this whole thing started because a Southern California artist, Elizabeth La Fey, aka Globelamp, called for the boycott of Desert Daze, a festival where her ex, Sam France, will be playing, whom she alleges committed domestic violence against her.
Lennon had thoughts on the matter.
In addition to retweeting his mansplain-related defenses, he is retweeting all mentions that speak out against La Fey.
What a guy.