NIKE Releases New Women's Swimsuit With Extra Space For Male Genitalia
Worldviews · Feb 18, 2022 ·

BEAVERTON, OR - After carefully listening to feedback from a growing chorus of three of their customers, Nike is making some long-awaited improvements to their 2022 women's swimwear line. Nike's new "Performance Series" of one-piece competitive women's swimsuits will feature extra room in the crotch for male genitalia.

"We suddenly realized we weren't serving a very important segment of women competitors - those with male genitals," said Nike VP of Diversity and Inclusion Xandryx Bithrannamynx. "Now, women of all shapes and sizes will be able to compete in their favorite swim sports!"

Several product designers at NIKE questioned the decision, as the new swimsuits now fit much too loosely on 99.97% of female swimmers. Those product designers were immediately condemned as transphobes and fired - after which they were doxxed, removed from social media, frozen out of their bank accounts, condemned publically by President Biden, and beat up by a 327-pound trans woman named "Lila" before being dumped on the street to fend for themselves. 

"Nike proudly serves all women, with every form of genitals women can have," said Nike's CEO John Donahoe as the VP of Diversity and Inclusion grabbed his collar and prepared to push him off the roof of the office building. "This includes male genitals, which are actually female if they identify as... wait a minute, is that right? No! Please don't hurt me! PLEAAASEEE!!"

Nike is proudly reporting a huge increase in athletic performance from the new design, as most women swimmers who wear it beat their competitors by at least 48 seconds.

Check out Hasbro's latest update to the classic board game "Guess Who?" - now with more genders, inclusion, and fun!* *Fun not guaranteed

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