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Snowflakelandia in total MELTDOWN over Serena Williams GQ Cover

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Apparently this cover is sexist, racist and transphobic. 





Serena Williams being named Woman of the Year by GQ should have led to nothing but celebration - but instead the tennis player has found herself at the center of a furious controversy after the publication released her cover with the word "woman" written in quotation marks. 

The 37-year-old's cover shot was released on Monday alongside the three images for the Men of the Year - Michael B. Jordan, Henry Golding, and Jonah Hill - none of which featured quotation marks around the word men, a fact that has prompted serious upset online.

'Okay but why is woman in quotation marks?' one woman tweeted at GQ, while another person shared an image of last year's Woman of the Year cover - which featured Gal Gadot, and no quotation marks around the gender - alongside Serena's and simply wrote: 'Hmm.'


FULL ARTICLE: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-6384229/Serena-Williams-GQ-cover-sparks-fury-quotation-marks-used-word-woman.html

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