Posts Tagged: sexism Results 66
In 2013, Carly Lewis wrote a great piece for the Walrus about the phenomenon of certain male journalists writing either drooling or dismissive profiles of famous (and famously attractive) women.
Hashtag activism continues apace. There’s #ThingsOnlyWomenWritersHear, where women writers on Twitter are sharing patronizing responses they will, on occasion, receive. Then there’s #ThingsOnlyChristianWomenHear, a collection of tweets recalling sexist remarks framed in religious terms.
It’s a little-known fact that most women’s torsos are propped up by these things called legs. Are you a woman? Glance down and you might yet see the body parts in question.
The Hollywood Reporter has a cover story on CNN’s lineup. CNN producer Josiah Daniel Ryan was pleased, tweeting as follows: “The future of media looks like this.”
If you turned on the television in Israel on the morning of December 21st, you’d have been greeted by news reporter Eli Rachlin — and by two little girls who look like they’d probably rather be somewhere else. Of course, with the public workers’ strike taking effect across the country and nursery schools and other public schools shutting down, there was nowhere else for them to be.