Mangan describes the foofaraw this way at http://mangans.blogspot.com/ :
You've probably heard about this: the man in charge of the Rosetta probe that landed on a comet wore a shirt featuring images of scantily clad women, and feminists were outraged.
There's been a lot of chatter about how ridiculous this is, and of course it is. Feminists are said to be losing their credibility over stunts like this. Furthermore, because the man is a physics PhD and just helped accomplish an astounding feat no one has ever done, feminists focusing on his shirt look petty by comparison. It's a classic human accomplishment vs. you're a sexist bigot story.
So who won? Did SJW feminists destroy their credibility, or did they force others to submit to their authority? It looks like the latter. To be sure, Taylor is only one man, possibly not well-versed in the way these things work - i.e. never apologize - and who could say what one of us would do in a similar situation, presumably under pressure? But the feminists did win. Probably no manager of a similar project will ever let one of his underlings wear a shirt like that, or make public pronouncements of a dubious nature, again. Everyone will have to undergo sensitivity training.
And Countenance says this at http://countenance.wordpress.com/
Welcome to Crackpotistan
No no women are toooootally welcome in our community, just ask the dude in this shirt. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NSv6ZBZtzRA&feature=youtu.be …
So instead of celebrating it, some people only care what kind of shirts the people who helped make it happen are wearing while they made it happen, speculating that those shirts are the reason why there aren’t any 85 IQ black lesbian transgender women single mothers with seven children by six men on the team.
Quibcag: The researcher into feminism is the adorable non-feminist Rika Shiguma of Haganai (はがない).