He revealed in a Reddit post that he made the comment after being told his own wife's swimming costume was making others "uncomfortable."
Pastor Jared Pozarnsky justified his comments about pancakes with passages from the Bible.
He said one of the women using the facilities began screaming: "Get out! You can't be in here!" and complained to staff.
Royal commentator Kristen Meinzer has told Newsweek's Royal Report podcast how the parenting criticism of Kate during the jubilee and not William was sexist.
The woman recalled his response: "He just looked confused but another woman nearby burst out laughing."
The fact that the queen's daughter, Princess Anne, is not a counsellor of state is down to "lingering remnants of sexism" a British newspaper has claimed.
Calls for Oprah Winfrey to apologise for or denounce Dr. Mehmet Oz for his Republican political bid have been labelled "next-level misogyny."
The barrage of criticism the actress has faced amid her court battle with Johnny Depp is sparking comparisons to the public mockery Britney Spears was once subjected to during her own tribulations.
She was left with little choice after her boss demanded everyone in attendance at a Zoom meeting should have their cameras on.
Meghan Markle's experience of racism in the U.K. media echoes how journalists "sneered" at Kate Middleton on social class, a new biography by Tina Brown suggests.
"Women are 'supposed' to be the ones who cook in the home. And yet, the majority of professional chefs and restaurateurs are men," said one comment.
His wife retorted that she might have had similar earning power if she "hadn't taken years out to raise our children."
Ryan Tubridy caused a stir on Irish television when he was accused of being "misogynistic" when he asked about "Derry Girls" star Jamie Lee O'Donnell's age.
One person commenting on social media said: "This is literally why women-only gyms exist."
The man's wife, who works full-time, reacted with fury to his description of her—and she wasn't alone.
"They can be lethal because sometimes they'll just cut you off and then quietly tell all the other guys that you're a b****," the comedian said.
The woman's husband accused her of acting "inappropriately" after the man told her he was using the seat for his hand.
"You are the company you keep," one commenter wrote.
The woman decided to prove a point after her boyfriend insisted: "We both clean up equally."
In a decade-old video shared on Twitter on Monday, Machine Gun Kelly was seen comparing the sexual prowess of Black and white women.
The man's sister, who is 6 months pregnant, "does everything around the house" as her husband claims he's "the breadwinner."
She said took revenge on her "terrible, sexist" father-in-law, after he handed her his shirt and said "iron this for me."
"Why is this even part of the curriculum. The mind truly boggles. Someone remind me... it is 2022 isn't it?" One Twitter user asked.
Federal law requires the Marines to mix male and female recruits, but some have accused the military branch of skirting the law and allowing sexism to continue as a result.
The man's wife was furious with her husband after he told her she had "overreacted because really it was a joke."
As Black History Month is underway, teachers in some states have restrictions on what they can teach, including racism and issues of systemic inequality.
Sports television and podcast host Katie Nolan tweeted: "if mina kimes makes you *that* mad, I can all but guarantee it ain't mina kimes you're mad at."
"We ask that you send a full photo in a bathing suit or similar," the ad from the Naples-based security company read.
The man ended up breaking things off after his date laughed at his claim that "women have periods from their butts."