21 Hilariously Snarky Reviews Of The 'Just For Women' Pen On Amazon. Sexism Ain't Dead, Folks.

There have been many stupid products created in recent years, but then there's the kind of product that takes an already good thing (a pen) and unnecessarily makes it into something ridiculous.

BIC created a line of "for her" pens... Pens for women.

Here are twenty-one of the best reviews...

Many thanks to all of the Amazon customers who wrote these hilarious reviews. You can check out more from the source at the end of this article!

1/21. While I love the pens, I think their price point should be lower since we only make 70% of what men make, they should cost 30% less.


2/21. I can't find a switch to turn it on, and it didn't come with batteries. This is not the "for her" product I was expecting.

At all.


3/21. These pens fit perfect in my hands, but hubby feels they are unnecessary since he writes all the checks. I'd explain more but I have to go make him a sammich.


4/21. Someone has answered my gentle prayers and FINALLY designed a pen that I can use all month long! I use it when I'm swimming, riding a horse, walking on the beach and doing yoga. It's comfortable, leak-proof, non-slip and it makes me feel so feminine and pretty!

Since I've begun using these pens, men have found me more attractive and approachable. It has given me soft skin and manageable hair and it has really given me the self-esteem I needed to start a book club and flirt with the bag-boy at my local market. My drawings of kittens and ponies have improved, and now that I'm writing my last name hyphenated with the Robert Pattinson's last name, I really believe he may some day marry me! I'm positively giddy.

Those smart men in marketing have come up with a pen that my lady parts can really identify with.

Where has this pen been all my life???


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5/21. I see this comes in a sleek design. But as a "full-figured" woman, do these pens come in "curvy and carefree"?


6/21. It wasn't until I got my resume completely written and mailed out that I realized I had used my wife's new "Bic for Her" pen. I've been irritable, moody and have been craving pickles ever since. The only job offers I've gotten are jobs paying me less than half of what I used to make and every one of them has "making coffee" as part of the job description. Men seem to look at me differently now. I feel like my hands are smaller than what they used to be.


7/21. I was disappointed to find that only one fifth of the pens I received were pink. Or, maybe more, I can't do maths.


8/21. I'd really like to buy a pack of these pens; but I probably need my father's or husband's permission first. Like I do with all my financial decisions.


9/21. I used one of these pens post-hysterectomy, and my uterus grew back. Thanks a lot, Bic. Thanks a whole hell of a lot.


10/21. So, how are transgender people supposed to write?


11/21. A softer grip would be appreciated, a day of washing dishes and doing laundry for our 15 kids wears my hands to the bone and painful to write all those permission slips....although I find the soft colors soothing.....someday?...hopefully MARKERS for those Saturday Garage Sale signs


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12/21. I'm so glad that I have pens that now match my outfits and nails. These women pens are a thing of the future.

Maybe if all women start writing with these pens instead of those ugly man pens our salaries will increase to equal a mans salary. Hold on, here's a crazy idea. What if we just phase out man pens and just use girly pens?

Then the wage gap will definitely become nonexistent and there will be unicorns and rainbows over everyone's head and we will all live happily ever after.


13/21. I use these pens to write recipes and letters to my mother, but my husband has to use man-pens for all the other writing.

Taylor C.

14/21. I was very disappointed to discover that these were not ribbed for my pleasure.


15/21. I'm writing this review on her behalf as we haven't yet found a women's-specific keyboard on the market, so she cannot yet type.

Any recommendations?


16/21. Well at last pens for us ladies to use... now all we need is "for her" paper and I can finally learn to write!


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17/21. Yes, I admit. I have these. After doing meaningful and important work all day, it is nice to come home and use a pen that isn't burdened by ambition or a need to contribute anything useful to society.

My only complaint, though, is that whenever I dot an 'i' or a 'j', instead of a dot, I get a small heart. Is that normal?


18/21. I bought this pen so that in private I may practice my math skills (now that there is a pen just for me how could I resist the urge to finally learn math?!)

I'm happy to say I really am quite smart because today in school I corrected a boy on an equation answer. Well this pen does have its down falls, I am now (of all things) being tried as a witch! The sentence is soon to be announced and I fear burning at the stake 0.0!

I am however still giving them 5 stars cuz I'm.....I'm actually guilty :/


19/21. As an female architect I finally feel my career will improve! I can now draw my feminine floors plans in a variety of feminine colors and stand out from my male, black-and-blue drawing, colleagues! Red living room?You got it. Green swimming pool? Got it. Pink bedroom? Got it.

Highly recommended for all female professionals who want to collorfully stand out and launch their rainbow-y career in this male, black-and-blue-dominated field!


20/21. Gosh I have been so frustrated with the lack of feminine pens out there, black, navy blue, red, there are not enough girly colors to choose from...

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Thank goodness the geniuses at BIC have filled that void! Just because we are strong women doesn't mean we don't want to write in pink! If only it showed up on fax. We are so lucky to live in this age where we can express ourselves in so many pastel colors...

I just don't know if I could decide which one to use, since I have so much trouble making up my mind.

Dr. Amy

21/21. These are super, but can you add perfume to the ink? My boyfriend (in prison) would really appreciate it.


Bonus: I didn't realize that all these years I've been using men's pens. What an eye opener.



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