If there's one thing us millennials love, it's holding sexists to account.
Social media sites mean we can openly call bullshit on misogynist bollocks, hold awful opinions to account, and generally get our right on voices heard.
But, when it comes to actually reading articles, we are hands down the absolute worst.
A recent Vogue headline, claiming that 'cleavage is over' has drawn the ire of thousands of people on Twitter.
I'm glad Vogue has declared the cleavage over because it gives me ample time to get rid of my old boobs and get new ones from Topshop— Holly Baxter (@h0llyb4xter) November 2, 2016
Vogue says cleavage is "over" ...— Kate Martin (@K810Mt) November 3, 2016
I don't think my girls will take too kindly to that declaration.
Vogue saying cleavage is over😂😂 boobs are no longer in trend😂😂I'll just take them off n put them away till they r fashionable then ok X— ® (@rachel_joyce) November 3, 2016
This would be all well and good... if it were true!
The Vogue article actually notes that models are less eager to show off their cleavage, for fear of attracting "creepy" comments online. No one's telling women that their boobs are unfashionable.
Sure, Vogue picked a pretty hot headline, so did we tbh THAT'S HOW THE ONLINE CONTENT WORLD WORKS, BABY. But seriously people, don't be a boob, read before you tweet.
THIS HAS BEEN A SINCERE ARTICLE, WE APOLOGISE WHOLE-HEARTEDLY. HERE'S A GIF OF KATY PERRY ENJOYING HER BOOBS.