Today, Washington Post Express published an issue with the upcoming Women's March on Washington as its lead story. The cover graphic, however...had a bit of an unfortunate error.
Do you see it?
Yup...that's definitely not the symbol for women.
Other people were quick to call out the magazine for its absolutely mind-blowing error, noting that the magazines had actually been printed.
Shout out to The Washington Post Express who accidentally put the MALE symbol for the WOMAN'S march on their cover today pic.twitter.com/xGS0XE8RTd— Kimberly Betsill (@kimmybetsill) January 5, 2017
.@WaPoExpress While you're deleting things you guys should probably just go ahead and include your magazine— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) January 5, 2017
To Washington Post Express' credit, they apologized for the error and issued an updated cover with the correct symbol.
This is how the cover should have looked. We apologize for the mistake. pic.twitter.com/MKKOkHPV8T— Express (@WaPoExpress) January 5, 2017
The Women's March on Washington is set for the day after Donald Trump's inauguration. It began as a Facebook event. Over a quarter million people have expressed interest in attending.