Burger King: Apparently Not a Place for Queens on International Women’s Day

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Burger King's print ad quickly explained its headline, but its tweet lacked context.

(Editor’s note: An earlier version of this story had an image that wasn’t one of Burger King’s tweets, but satirical social media.)

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Jasmine Atherton is vp of marketing at etúHOME.
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