Quiz: As Kleenex scraps its 'Mansize' tissue branding, can you tell if these sexist products are real or fake?
KLEENEX is scrapping its "Mansize" tissues branding after consumers complained it is sexist.
Kleenex For Men first launched in 1956 as a disposable alternative to large cotton handkerchiefs.
However, consumers had tweeted manufacturer Kimberly-Clark to ask why its products still use the term "Mansize", saying "the world is changing" and that "it is 2018".
The switch to "Kleenex Extra Large" comes as Waitrose said it will be changing the name of its Gentleman's Smoked Chicken Caesar Roll because of consumer complaints that it is sexist.
Amy Lame, who was appointed by London Mayor Sadiq Khan as the capital's first Night Tsar in 2016, posted an image of the product from Heston Blumenthal's range on Twitter and said: "I never knew sandwiches were gender specific. I'm female but thankfully Waitrose let me purchase this anyway."
The companies are just the latest in a long line to face accusations of sexism for products that are pointlessly 'genderised'.
We've gathered a few examples here, but can you tell which are real and which are fake?