Arizona State University professor Katie Hinde pulled off a “tiny-scale, subversive, nonviolent, direct action of moving merchandise around to disrupt gender stereotypes” at a Target store over the weekend and really ticked off Twitter.
Arizona State University professor Katie Hinde pulled off a “tiny-scale, subversive, nonviolent, direct action of moving merchandise around to disrupt gender stereotypes” at a Target store over the weekend and really ticked off Twitter. Twitter
Arizona State University professor Katie Hinde pulled off a “tiny-scale, subversive, nonviolent, direct action of moving merchandise around to disrupt gender stereotypes” at a Target store over the weekend and really ticked off Twitter. Twitter

Twitter, we have a problem: Woman moves NASA shirts to girls' section at Target, sets internet abuzz

June 16, 2017 3:32 PM

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