04/02/2015 09:11 GMT | Updated 04/02/2015 11:59 GMT

#QuestionsForMen Proves That Sexism Is Still A Big Issue, For Men And Women

There's no denying that men and women are still treated differently in 2015 - the Everyday Sexism project continues to prove it if nothing else.

And yesterday author, broadcaster and Daily Life columnist Clementine Ford tweeted a question that really hammered the point home.

Her tweet sparked the hashtag #QuestionsForMen, with hundreds of people highlighting the different expectations and limitations placed on men and women by gender stereotyping.

Unsurprisingly, some have accused #QuestionsForMen as being sexist itself...

And while the majority of people initially using the hashtag were women, men have since begun to use the phrase to, quite rightly, point out that both men and women are subjected to sexism.

What do you think of the hashtag? Let us know in the comments below or tweet us @HuffPoLifestyle


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