Tag Archives: sexism
Sorry seems to be the hardest word. But you don’t have to mean it.
Actions, not words.
This article on Getty Images’ pictures of Olympic beach volleyball in the New York Metro caught my eye. It sums up pretty well the disparity between photography of women’s sporting events and men’s. The media has been filled with pictures of bikini-clad backsides and leotard-covered crotches between akimbo’d legs. Is it meant to be titillating? […]
Let’s raise our voices and tell the world that rape is never, ever OK. Not if she was wearing a miniskirt. Not if she was naked. Not if she was your wife, girlfriend or friend. Not if she was a prostitute. Not if she was drunk. Not if you thought she wanted to.