The Washington Post Express accidentally turned a story about women into one about men while covering the Women’s March on Washington Twitter/@JessicaValenti

On Thursday, the Washington Post Express covered the highly anticipated Women’s March on Washington, set to take place on Jan. 21, one day after President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration. Women around the country are signing up to attend what is shaping up to be a huge protest, but unfortunately for the Washington Post Express, they used the wrong gender symbol on their cover to promote the event.

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Needless to say, the mistake, which made their reporting on a march about women inadvertently about men, didn’t go unnoticed by the internet.

The Washington Post Express quickly realized their error and “manned up” to it, replacing the cover with a new one, this time portraying the correct symbol.

While their new tweet received many “thank you” replies, some Twitter users are still cracking jokes about the mix-up.

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