On Wednesday, Nicole Froio, a women's studies PhD candidate living in the UK, asked women to share the "most obvious thing a man has ever mansplained to you." Twitter: @nicolefroio And OH BOY did the internet deliver. Twitter: @TheBrightgeist In case you're wondering what exactly MANSPLAINING is, well: Twitter: @nicolefroio The term was originally coined after Rebecca Solnit wrote the 2008 essay "Men Explain Things to Me," which chronicles the time Solnit had a conversation with a man who attempted to school her on a book she actually wrote. And there are seemingly NO LIMITS on what men will mansplain to women. twitter.comjbranscome72 Advertisement Women in the sciences chimed in. Twitter: @xperiement As did academics. Twitter: @DoraSzell And professionals. Twitter: @WantPeace4All Women also shared how men have tried explaining basic female biology shit to them. From childbirth... Twitter: @belinda_mcbride :side eye: Advertisement ...to breast milk... Twitter: @leodog58 ...birth control.... Twitter: @TraceOddity ...and even menopause. Twitter: @IyadaStorm O RLY? Twitter: @kimberrry Advertisement Lots of women shared how men tried explaining their own jobs to them. Twitter: @apunkvenus Librarians were particularly patronized. Twitter: @tdizzle119 Then there's this guy. I mean. No. Twitter: @PhillippaHibbs Mansplaining knows no bounds. Twitter: @kaidalgleish But a mansplainer's favorite thing to mansplain? WHY MANSPLAINING DOESN'T EXIST. http://www..Twitter: @hollyesmith1 Go forth and good luck with the mansplainers, ladies. And remember: Twitter: @emilysahooker Share On facebook Share On facebook Share On vk Share On vk Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Share On lineapp Share On lineapp Share On twitter Share On twitter Share On email Share On email Share On sms Share On sms Share On whatsapp Share On whatsapp Share On more Share On more Share On tumblr Share On tumblr Share On link Share On link Share On copy Share On copy Omg It's Prime Day!