The Boy Who Thought Periods Came From Womens’ Bladders Is More Of A Tit That We Originally Thought

Ryan Williams of 'periods come from bladders' twitter fame is using his tweet as a platform for his bantz. Don't encourage him.

The Boy Who Thought Periods Came From Womens' Bladders Is More Of A Tit That We Originally Thought

by Jess Commons |

First things first, Ryan Williams is a bit of a tit. Although actually, I don't want to call him a tit because tits are nice and Ryan is not.

Ryan is the boy that yesterday tweeted this; 'Tampons should not be free, why does everyone keep saying they should be?? if u can't control ur bladder then that's not taxpayers problem!'

Ryan is a classic example of an epic bantersaurus.

Lots of people took umbrage with Ryan's tweet. For starters, his information is quite obviously, anatomically wrong. Which Ryan almost certainly knows. Ryan was just having a lolz.

'If they are going to bleed then they should wait until they get to the toilet. It's all about self-control.' Ryan continued. 'If you can't control your bladder then that's not the taxpayers' problem. I don't urinate everywhere and expect free nappies. If you make tampons free where do you draw the line? They'll be going about petitioning for toilet roll to be free next.'

Ryan's tweets have spawned think pieces about a lack of sex education in young people, he's supposedly got 'death threats' from 'feminists'. Ryan is also revelling in the attention. On Ryan's Facebook page he's asked people to contact him about TV appearances, he's retweeted his original tweet, he attempted to set up a Go Fund Me page to raise £1000 for biology lessons to teach him about periods. 'Help enable me, a young adult politics expert and brexit campaigner be able to afford to have Biology lessons. The money raised will be used to pay for lessons, however, many is needed to be able to explain to understand more about womens periods why they get so aggressive and why they're so lazy as to hold their bladder.' Curiously, Ryan didn't also ask for grammar lessons. His GoFundMe page has now thankfully, been taken down.

Ryan is also a self-confessed 'meninist'. Other notable menimists include these charming guys. Ryan's jokes are outdated, stupid and lazy. The reason we're not laughing isn't because as feminists we're easily offended, it's not because we can't take a joke, it's not because he's a man. It's because his jokes aren't funny and, truth be told, we feel a little bit sorry for Ryan and the other young men with a misguided view of feminism.

Ryan is now advocating for 'World Menopause Day' on Twitter.

C'mon Ryan. You're better than this. We hope.

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This article originally appeared on The Debrief.

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