Overnight the BBC introduced the first female Dr Who and not everyone is 100% happy about it.
Time LORD. I repeat the Doctor is a time LORD. Not a time LADY.
— Luke (@LukeCSGO_) July 16, 2017
Only ever had male doctors and having a female one will ruin the legacy
— diesel⛽️ (@DanKeeble619) July 16, 2017Advertisement
Imagine one of your favourite shows but with someone of the opposite gender playing your favourite character(s). Hell.
— Jamie Ghis (@GhisPerrier) July 16, 2017
there’s really no fucking need. the dr is male. hate how it’s fashionable to make male characters female. it’s utter shit
— darren pop (@DX_1) July 16, 2017
No more dr who for me and my son what have you done ????????
— Martin Evans (@Ladstrong) July 16, 2017
And look, they have a point. If women start playing time-travelling doctors on TV they might start becoming doctors in real life, and pilots, and CEOs, and Prime Ministers – and then we won’t be able to stop this madness.
Men won’t be able to walk in the streets without being flung in the face with a rogue bra.
Thankfully, a few ‘outraged lefty feminists’ also shared their feelings on Twitter.
Oh great a female Doctor Who. What next? Female real doctors? Female pilots? Female scientists? Female sisters and mothers? Female WOMEN?!
Your dad thinks Dr Who being a woman spoils the realism of someone travelling space & time in a phonebox fighting bins with plungers on them
— Jonny Sharples (@JonnyGabriel) July 16, 2017
If you’re angry about #doctor13 possibly being a woman, just remember:
1) Its not real
2) The Doctor is an alien
3) You’re a moron
— Northern Loudmouth (@Mike_Loudmouth) July 16, 2017
Just been outside for the 1st time since we’ve had a lady #DoctorWho. Everything’s on fire, the sky’s fallen in & there are bras everywhere????
— Clayton Hickman (@claytonhickman) July 16, 2017
WE HAVE TAKEN YOUR GHOSTBUSTERS AND STAR WARS AND SUPERHEROES AND DOCTOR WHO NOTHING IS SACRED WE WILL DEFILE IT ALL WITH OUR WOMANLY HANDS
— grace ✨ GOT spoilers (@andlivefromny) July 16, 2017
What a time to be alive.