It’s a bad day to Karen

Whoa to the Karen’s, or rather, woe to the Karen’s. Or maybe it’s best to say both. Congress passed a law that many are calling spontaneous and highly controversial only two days ago. The Karen Control law, as many are calling it, has to do with an issue that has been on the rise since 2017.

Historically, Karen was, at one time, a very popular name. Especially back in the 1960s. In the past six years however, the term ‘Karen’ has been affixed to an untold number of women. Some deserve this label due to their behavior, others do not. The term Karen has become synonymous with a difficult female. It has also been affixed to those with a poor attitude and a penchant for needlessly stirring up trouble where none exists.

Whoa to the Karens

The Karen epidemic

The Karen epidemic has grown increasingly difficult to manage over the years. In the latter half of 2022, Congress decided to settle this issue. The Karen Control law is simple enough, as it was created to protect those who find themselves bullied by those women who feel the need to cause trouble. It is also meant to protect the women in question, who were determined to not always be at fault. This is a tricky issue, as many have decided, but the law has been set in motion, and as of yet, there have been no obvious drawbacks.

In fact, the appearance of Karen videos on such platforms and YouTube have dropped over the past few days. Even the term Karen appears to be waning at this time, though many have stated that it started dying out not long after 2020. Some claim that this term has been normalized and therefore not given as much thought. But the effect of the Karen Control law is clear. Karen’s aren’t able to bully others any longer.

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