If you're a woman who's ever had a job, odds are that at some point you've had an encounter with a mansplainer at work.
So if you're a woman who's had to put up with a mansplainer at work, we want to hear your story.
Maybe after several years of hard work, you finally got promoted to a leadership role on your team. Your company hired a new guy to fill in your old role, and he, for some reason, took it upon himself to "teach" you about all the things he was doing as if you are completely clueless, regardless of the fact that you literally just had his job and you excelled at it — meanwhile, he's still in training.
Or perhaps you're an educator in the science field, and random men that you meet socially take it upon themselves to tell you all about intriguing science "facts" that they learned on social media. The worst part is, half the time, they aren't even real facts.
Or maybe you've been learning some new skills on your own time that you've started applying to your work. When you showed your male boss what you've been up to, even though you've done the work, he consistently spends around 20 minutes explaining how to do it. You've tried to gently let him know that you're good without the lecture, but because of the power dynamic, he just keeps steamrolling you.