In the hopes of educating Paul on the correct use of the female anatomy, women's health advocate and gynaecologist Jennifer Gunter chimed in. Gunter explained that she was highly qualified and even provided Paul with a link to a previous post she had written about the difference between a vulva and vagina.
“I’m sick of people forgetting the poor vulva and referring to everything in the female lower reproductive tract as vagina,” Jennifer had written in the 2015 post, which included a handy ven diagram.
Gunter went on to explain that inaccurate language in reference to female sex organs highlighted a greater societal issue of gender imbalance. “No one confuses male anatomy when people say penis they don’t really mean the testicles,” wrote Gunter. “Vagina as a catch-all means it doesn’t matter enough to get it right.”
Instead of taking on the opinion of Gunter, Paul decided to mansplain further.
Paul finished off his rant by attempting to mansplain mansplaining.
Thousands were drawn to Paul's comment. "No, it's not. But thanks for the mansplaining on something you obvs know nothing about," one woman responded.