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    The Modest Start of a Massive Mistake

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    The front page of the Washington Post Express on Thursday, 1/5, was adorned with an enormous male symbol. The only problem? The story in question, “The Modest Start of a Massive March,” was about a planned woman’s march during President-Elect Donald Trump’s impending inauguration.

    The Modest Start of a Massive Mistake

    A Washington Post representative apologized for the mistake, saying "we made a mistake on our cover this morning and we’re very embarrassed. We erroneously used a male symbol instead of a female symbol." They tweeted a replacement cover later that day.


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