fat ugly feminists and their allies here in Toronto want to implement misandry rules in transit

A movement against so-called “man-spreading” seems to be gaining popularity among public transit users, including those in Toronto.

“Man-spreading” refers to male passengers who sit with their legs parted in a V-shape on crowded subways and buses.

The inelegant male posture has been the bane of many public transit users. It has been written about in blogs and those who are guilty of it have been publicly mocked on social media.

The campaign to stop “man-spreading” has since been picked up by New York’s public transit body.

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) is set to launch a series of public service ads that encourage male passengers to stop infringing on the space of their fellow passengers, the New York Times reported over the weekend.