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'My Son' Meme Gets A Happy Ending After Navy Mom's Anti-Feminist Rant

By Kristy Puchko | Social Media | October 9, 2018 |

By Kristy Puchko | Social Media | October 9, 2018 |


Conservatives want you to think the real victim of the Me Too movement are the men accused of sexual misconduct and rape. Poor Brett Kavanaugh had to defend himself and his love of beer before being appointed to the highest court in America! Poor convicted rapist Brock Turner is labeled a sexual predator just because he sexually assaulted an unconscious woman behind a dumpster! Poor Louis C.K. might be mildly uncomfortable as he returns to his preferred hunting grounds! Poor Donald Trump must ignore the 22 women accusing him of sexual misconduct while trying to rewrite history by acting like the Kavanaugh hearing was a court of law that exonerated him instead of a job interview/Republican charade! WHY WILL NO ONE THINK OF THE MEN!

Well, one bold woman did. Navy mom Marla Reynolds thought of her son, who she claims is too frightened of Me Too and ax-grinding, radical feminists to dare date in this “current climate.” And she took her message of “Him Too” to Twitter.

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Her mentions quickly became a place of mockery and hilarity.

Then her ridiculous anti-feminist tweet became a delicious meme, running free and wild on Twitter.

Unsurprisingly, @MarlaReynoldsC3 deleted her tweet and Twitter account. But this Twitter madness has achieved the rare happy ending! It began when Navy Mom’s other son, Jon Hanson, came forward to spill the tea.

And finally her MY SON identified himself. Pieter Hanson created a Twitter account (@Thatwasmymom) to set the record straight, and with a self-deprecating posing.

Hanson then went on to share his love of his mom, Ellen Degeneres, Ron Swanson, and his cats.

In an interview with BBC, Hanson assured he’s not afraid to go on dates. Of his mother’s viral tweet, he said, “I was dumbfounded when I saw it, but at the end of the day we all have crazy parents,” adding, “I still love her. She’s my mum. What she said was pretty inflammatory, but I want to make sure it doesn’t come back harsh on her.”

Lastly, he credited his brother Jon with being “an incredible voice of reason” in this weird and very public family incident. And both Hansons are looking to use this spotlight to draw attention to a cause dear to them. “I’ve been working for years to support the Leukaemia & Lymphoma Society,” he said. “My little brother is a cancer survivor. I’ve had limited reach, but now with this, it’s a good opportunity to support a cause I really believe in. I’m trying to use this as an avenue to raise awareness for my little brother. He’s an incredible person, and he’s my personal hero.”

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