Okay, so it seems that the overwhelming majority feels that these jokes are sexist. But is there no way there could be a non-sexist version of these jokes?

I want opinion on this.

Are "that's what she said" jokes sexist? They could surely be perverted/vulgar/NSFW, but are they sexist?

Just want a fair assessment.

G2 shall be my favorite group! Well, for now. For a while. Or maybe for longer. It's the smallest of the exceptional Lie groups. Found 1893 by Élie Cartan. It was he who suggested to think about it in terms of rolling balls.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/G2_%28ma

Picture two spheres, one three times larger than the other. Imagine them rolling on another without slipping nor twisting. Rolling surfaces have their own branch of mathematics: contact geometry!

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Contact_

I suffer from an irresistible urge to share math trivia:

Solution

You know in Fantasia when Mickey teaches a broom to fetch water and then he falls asleep and the brooms go haywire and have poured enough water to flood the whole place and create a veritable indoor maelstrom?

That's what it feels like when you write some server automation software and you wake up next morning to see the mess your code wrought.

So could anyone get this? Need the solution?

Never have I ever seen so many famous mathematicians in such a silly video.

youtu.be/PhNUjg9X4g8

Okay, hint: Integrate a cleverly chosen function in two variables.

Guys? Need any hints?

Suppose you have a rectangle with which is tiled with finitely many smaller rectangles, not necessarily congruent to each other, such that each smaller rectangle has at least one side of integer length. Then show that the original rectangle also has at least one side of integer length.

Hint: Look at the hashtags.

if Python is so good how come there isn't a Python 2

@halcy if FAT32 is so good how come there isn't a FAT33

if ext is so good how come there isn‘t an ext2

So has now officially done to the Avengers what Days of the Future Past did to the X-Men. It destroyed the continuity.

Picture of a urinal, strong language,