In a surprising turn of events, the Men of Culture community has admitted that they have been watching women's sports for "research purposes". The admission has left many people scratching their heads and wondering what kind of research could possibly be done while watching women play sports.
"I mean, it's for science, you know?" said self-proclaimed man of culture, Chad Bro. "We're trying to understand the anatomy and physiology of female athletes, so we can appreciate them better. Plus, it's good to broaden our horizons."
However, the community was in for a shock when they realized that they had accidentally learned that women are people too. "It was like a light bulb went off in my head," said Chad Bro. "I mean, I always thought of women as just objects to be admired, you know? But then I saw them playing sports and realized they're actual human beings with thoughts and feelings and stuff. It was mind-blowing."
The news has been met with mixed reactions, with some people applauding the Men of Culture community for finally recognizing the humanity of women, while others are calling out the group's blatant objectification of women.
"I'm glad they finally figured it out," said feminist activist, Jane Doe. "But let's be real here, they're still treating women like objects. Watching women's sports for 'research purposes' is just another way of saying they're watching women for their own pleasure. It's disgusting."
Despite the criticism, the Men of Culture community is undeterred. They have pledged to continue watching women's sports for research purposes, but this time with a newfound respect for the athletes. "We're not just watching them for the physical stuff anymore," said Chad Bro. "We're watching them for the mental stuff too, you know? Women can be athletes and people at the same time, who knew?"
It remains to be seen whether the Men of Culture community will truly change their ways, but one thing is for sure: the world will never be the same now that they know that women are more than just objects to be admired.