Twitter in Uproar After T-Mobile’s Sexist “Sorry It’s a Boy” Super Bowl Ad
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Twitter users did not appreciate the sexist nature of the ad.
— Garrett (@G_SKILLETT) February 2, 2015
@Doxial "Sorry, its a boy." Is gender bashing garbage that I did not expect from the "uncarrier", although I am not surprised Sarah said it.
— Travel Bat (@Orinthical) February 2, 2015
It wasn’t even funny.
#sorryitsaboy How can T-mobile possibly let that superbowl commercial air. "Sorry its a boy" insults so many, it isn't even funny.
— Alberto Luna (@Druid2555) February 2, 2015
lady said "sorry, its a boy" about the baby in the commercial. outraged. absolute blasphemy. nobody should ever joke about gender.
— chip (@granite_p) February 2, 2015
Another ad lectured Americans about how wrong it was to say “play like a girl.”
Its wrong to say "play like a girl" but T-Mobile can say "sorry its a boy" and that's supposed to be a funny joke. Cmon.
— Nick Sullivan (@Nick_Sully24) February 2, 2015