Last week the hashtag #هل_تتزوج_فتاه_ماتطبخ, which means "are you married to a girl who can't cook?" started trending on Twitter in Saudi Arabia.
The phrase has trended before; predictably both times the responses have been mixed.
"For girls to get married learn the difference between parsley and coriander."
Some agreed with the statement, expressing their own sexist views.
"Prove in the first year of learning cooking they deserve to be my wife or leave the house."
But the hashtag was met with anger and disbelief by others, and soon both men and women used it to call out the outdated statement.
Some men supported women who are unable to cook.
Women called out men for seeing their wives as their chefs.
And their failure to see the complexity of marriage.
Others called men lazy for not learning to cook themselves.
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Rachael Krishna is a reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.
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