Majority of people who make fun of safe spaces have man caves, recent study suggests
Youngstown, Ohio: According to a recent poll by 538, a significant number of persons who make fun of safe spaces actually have their very own “man caves.” In fact, according to 538, about 63 percent of people who make fun of safe spaces have built man caves into their homes. Should this come to readers as a surprise? To get a little more information in the issue, reporters from the Plumber’s Faucet interviewed several people who made fun of safe spaces, yet owned a man cave.
“Man caves and safe spaces? They’re different,” says Youngstown resident Jeff, 55, who is both a safe-space mocker and man-cave owner. Jeff’s man cave is in the basement of his home and includes its own barricade to prevent trespassers. This enables Jeff to watch professional football and Tosh.0 without unwelcome company, including, but not limited to, women and cats (dogs are okay).
“I’ll tell you, feminism is destroying this country. People need to learn how to take criticisms and stop being so sensitive,” said Jeff from his man cave. “Life isn’t a competition to see who can get most offended, after all. You can’t just live in your little box all the time.”