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Wed Apr 12, 2017, 06:26 PM

Oregon lawmaker makes light of misogyny on Twitter

Twitter is increasingly a window into the hearts and minds of our elected officials. See: our president. And on Sunday, an Oregon state lawmaker, Rep. Bill Post (R-Keizer), decided to get in the game of revealing himself via social media by tweeting, "Misogyny: what I do every time I climb up the stairs. #sorrynotsorry."

Now, you might be wondering what he meant by that tweet. You aren't alone: the tweet has one solitary like, from Twitter user @StonerBronyPDX, so it wasn't exactly a blockbuster that resonated with Post's constituency.

But another tweet from Rep. Post, this one on Monday, explains what he meant:




Misogyny sounds like "massage a knee." Get it?

Read more: http://www.oregonlive.com/politics/index.ssf/2017/04/oregon_lawmaker_makes_light_of.html

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