Man defending male privilege just became the intenet’s newest photoshop battle

Twitter/@Tim_Owens13

YouTuber Steven Crowder walked right into this one.

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Crowder, who set up a booth at Texas Christian University (TCU) more than a week ago and challenged people on campus to sway him from his position that “Male privilege is a myth,” ended up creating yet another photoshop opportunity for the internet.

https://twitter.com/scrowder/status/964577508447449088

Crowder tweeted out a photo from his account with the message “Hello @TCU. Come one come all. #ChangeMyMind.”

We’re not sure how many people actually took him up on this offer, but we are sure that many people did not.

These were some of the tamer responses:

https://twitter.com/RealishKyle/status/965477624926613504

https://twitter.com/realbuntyking/status/966271975801974784

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There are many other ruthless edits, like these, out there.

https://twitter.com/juuuila/status/965748192263450626

Crowder noticed the trend and did not seem fazed by it, except for one saying “Nickelback deserves all the Grammies.”

https://twitter.com/scrowder/status/967496610291863553

https://twitter.com/scrowder/status/967498217419083777

(H/t Mashable)

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