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Grossesse : une présentatrice enceinte répond à l'antenne aux lettres d'insultes qu'elle reçoit. MÉDIAS - Voir des femmes enceintes à la télévision ne fait pas plaisir à tout le monde.

Grossesse : une présentatrice enceinte répond à l'antenne aux lettres d'insultes qu'elle reçoit

C’est ce qu’a constaté la présentatrice météo canadienne Kristi Gordon, enceinte de six mois, et qui travaille pour la chaîne Global News. Présentant ses bulletins météo debout, parfois avec des talons hauts ou des t-shirts faisant apparaître son ventre, elle a reçu de nombreuses lettres de téléspectateurs lui reprochant de ne pas porter des tenues plus larges.

Ou tout simplement insultant son physique. Fin mars, elle est donc apparue à l’antenne de l’émission News Hour Plus à côté des deux présentateurs, Robin Stickley et Squire Barnes pour lire ces lettres. Et y répondre, comme le montre notre vidéo traduite ci-dessus. “Nulle part à la télévision nord-américaine avons-nous vu une présentatrice météo aussi grosse que vous. Ainsi, Squires Barnes fait remarquer “Si vous voulez nous dénigrer, s’il vous plaît, apprenez l’orthographe!” “Nous nous y attendions”, a déclaré Kristi Gordon. Karl Stefanovic's suit experiment for feminism wins plaudits. Karl Stefanovic has outed himself as a feminist after a year-long prank.

Karl Stefanovic's suit experiment for feminism wins plaudits

Karl Stefanovic's sexism experiment: Today presenter wears same suit for a year Karl Stefanovic might have been excited to reveal he had been wearing the same suit for a year, but he probably wasn't expecting the tsunami of social media support that comes from tackling sexism head on. Stefanovic revealed this weekend he had worn the same outfit every day on air in what became a year-long protest-prank against the double standards his female colleagues face.

The Today Show host told Fairfax Media he came up with the idea while reflecting on the constant criticism and unsolicited advice received by his co-host Lisa Wilkinson and Samantha Armytage, the host of rival breakfast program Sunrise. Karl Stefanovic's sexism experiment: Today presenter wears same suit for a year. Karl Stefanovic in his Burberry knock-off with co-host Lisa Wilkinson.

Karl Stefanovic's sexism experiment: Today presenter wears same suit for a year

Angered by the sexism he saw being heaped upon his female colleagues – and attempts to downplay it – Karl Stefanovic decided to conduct an experiment. He wore the same blue suit on air, two days in a row. Then three. TV host wore the same suit for one year, and no one noticed. Australia's popular morning show host and prankster Karl Stefanovic has worn the same suit for a year — and no one noticed.

TV host wore the same suit for one year, and no one noticed

The wearing of the rip-off Burberry suit for 356 days was a silent protest against the sexism his Today show co-host, Lisa Wilkinson, faces on a daily basis in regards to the clothes she wears, how she styles her hair, how she applies her make up and her general appearance. Stefanovic proved an important point about the audience's interest in what he wears: "No one has noticed; no one gives a shit," he told Fairfax Media. "Women are judged much more harshly and keenly for what they do, what they say and what they wear.

" "I'm judged on my interviews, my appalling sense of humour –- on how I do my job, basically. HerSelf: Women In Their Own Words - About. Self' Photos Reveal What Women Really See When They Look At Themselves. Women should be seen and heard -- and a new portrait series uses women's words and faces to make sure they are.

Self' Photos Reveal What Women Really See When They Look At Themselves

Created by Jennifer Bermon, the "Her | Self" series is a gallery of 28 black-and-white portraits of women from all walks of life, taken over the past 20 years. Bermon, a professional photographer and network TV producer, asked each of her subjects to write down what she saw in the image of herself and included each woman's response underneath her picture. The results are undeniably powerful. "What better way to explore the source of women's body image issues than to see, and hear, from women themselves? " Bermon told The Huffington Post. Kenya's unique approach to rape prevention should have the rest of the world taking note. For years, Kenya has faced an epidemic of sexual assault. 1 in 4 women and girls living in Nairobi have been sexually assaulted.

Kenya's unique approach to rape prevention should have the rest of the world taking note.

Schoolgirls were frequently raped by friends and boyfriends. Clothes have been torn from women's bodies in public. Here's what they did. In 2010, the group No Means No Worldwide began offering self-defense classes to Nairobi schoolgirls, teaching them how to fight back against rape. In its early stages, the program focused on providing women in the poorest parts of Kenya with self-defense skills. After launch, program founders worked to develop Your Moment of Truth, a separate program for boys. During early No Means No sessions, girls told instructors that the biggest problems were the boys themselves. La FIN du sexisme décomplexé. Patricia Arquette On The Gender Wage Gap: 'We're Living Like We're In 1915' How the Female Stars of The Breakfast Club Fought to Remove a Sexist Scene, and Won. Plus, how it all led to Rick Moranis getting hired, then fired.

How the Female Stars of The Breakfast Club Fought to Remove a Sexist Scene, and Won

Kirk Honeycutt is the author of the forthcoming book John Hughes: A Life in Film, to be published March 25. Below is an expanded excerpt from his book, which goes behind the scenes of the production of the classic comedy, turning 30 this year. Just as politicians have their stump speeches, filmmakers develop favorite quotes and sound bites to fall back on when talking to journalists. The late John Hughes, known for films about teenage angst and high-school life, loved to mock how studio executives usually approached teen pictures. It was certainly true that Universal’s front office couldn’t understand the concept behind what became his most famous film, The Breakfast Club. “Worse,” he once declared in a 1992 interview with Mirabella magazine, “there were no bare breasts, no party scene, no guys drinking beer—the things they thought a teenage picture needed.”

Remember, his background was National Lampoon. A Woman Is Posting Feminist Messages Written On Period Pads All Over Her City. Feminism is always worth talking about, but it’s hard to grab people’s attention.

A Woman Is Posting Feminist Messages Written On Period Pads All Over Her City

Elonë, a woman in Karsruhe, Germany, solved this problem by using a controversial medium – period pads – to drive home her message about gender equality and the elimination of rape culture. She chose International Women’s Day (March 8th) as the perfect day to reveal her message. She has already attracted the attention of thousands of supporters and critics alike from around the world, including people who want to apply her project in their own cities as well.

Some of her most popular photos with the pads have been shared thousands of times. "Not There": Quand les femmes disparaissent à New York... Et sur les réseaux sociaux. Que l’on soit favorable ou non au fait de consacrer une journée “aux Droits des femmes” (souvent rebaptisée d’un affreux “Journée de la Femme”), l’action orchestrée par la Fondation Clinton dans les rues de New York dimanche 8 mars a le mérite de frapper les esprits.

"Not There": Quand les femmes disparaissent à New York... Et sur les réseaux sociaux

Avec l’aide de l’agence de pub Droga5, et l’accord des entreprises concernées, la fondation a entrepris de modifier quarante panneaux publicitaires et couv’ de magazines existant dans les rues de New York afin d’en enlever les figures féminines. Royaume-Uni : des cuillères dans les sous-vêtements pour empêcher les mariages forcés. Emma Watson Just Gave The Perfect Feminist Dating Advice. C’est décidé : je ne porte plus de soutien-gorge ! Nathalie Loiseau : "Le piège de la bonne élève se referme sur les jeunes filles".

4-Year-Old Has The Perfect Response To A Boy In Her Class Who Called Her 'Ugly' Four-year-old Siahj Chase has some choice words for mean people, and she's not afraid to share them.

4-Year-Old Has The Perfect Response To A Boy In Her Class Who Called Her 'Ugly'

Siahj -- who goes by "Cici," her mom, Sonya, told The Huffington Post -- has "always been quick on her feet. " 39 Stunning Images Of Women At Work All Over The World. La maison des Babayagas, unir ses forces au quotidien. La maison des Babayagas, unir ses forces au quotidien. Jlo Animated GIF. Oscars 2015: la réaction de Meryl Streep au discours féministe de Patricia Arquette.

Le flashmob géant de 4 000 Philippines contre la violence faite aux femmes. Par Francetv info Mis à jour le , publié le Des religieuses, des professeures, des élèves... Environ 4 000 femmes et jeunes filles dansent, vendredi 13 février, dans un grand collège de Manille (Philippines). Objectif de ce flashmob géant : lutter contre la violence faite aux femmes dans le pays, mais aussi dans le monde. Les femmes ne doivent pas... Hier matin, j’ai vu passer une image qui m’a interpellé sur Twitter.

J’ai donc cliqué sur le lien qui l’accompagnait et j’ai découvert une campagne réalisée en 2013 par l’agence Memac Ogilvy & Mather de Dubai pour l’ONU. Two of the five oldest people in the world are African-American women. There are still a few people alive who actually lived in the 1800s. The five oldest women in the world — all women — were born in the 19th century and are still around to show their wisdom about what they’ve learned over the past 100 plus years. The list consist of two 116-year olds Misao Okawa of Japan, Gertrude Weaver of Arkansas, and three 115-year olds Emma Morano-Martinuzzi of Italy, Jeralean Talley of Michigan, and Susannah Mushatt Jones of New York.

According to HuffingtonPost, two of these super centenarians are African-Americans who have lived through world wars, the Harlem Renaissance, the Civil Rights Movement and, most recently, the Ferguson and #BlackLivesMatter protests. Jeralean Talley, 115, Michigan. Meet The 5 Oldest People In The World And Learn Their Secrets To A Long Life. We can all agree that it's a great feat to live to be 100 -- but it's an even greater feat if you live well, well past it.

Believe it or not, the five oldest people in the world today were all born in the 1800s! These supercentenarians, as they're called, have lived through world wars, the sinking of the Titanic, the space race and much much more. But what's even more astounding is that when they were born, the life expectancy for people in the U.S. was just around 60.

The oldest among them, Misao Okawa of Japan, has nearly doubled that as she heads toward her 117th birthday in March. Here are the five oldest people in the world and their candid tips for living a long, long life: 1. Upworthy. Emma Watson Tells Young Fan To 'Be An Engineer' Even Though Her Dad Doesn't Want Her To. Congressman Tim Ryan Changes Position On Abortion After Talking To Women. Rep. Tim Ryan (D-Ohio), a longtime opponent of abortion, announced in an op-ed on Tuesday that he now supports abortion rights after having talked to women in difficult circumstances throughout his home state. "I have sat with women from Ohio and across the nation and heard them talk about their varying experiences: abusive relationships, financial hardship, health scares, rape and incest," wrote Ryan.

It's Time To Take Out The Trash Men In Our Lives. Men: If You Ever Wondered Why A Woman Would Be Reluctant To Accept Your Help, Watch This. 18 Times Björk Was Right About Everything. Inspiring Quotes From 100 Extraordinary Women  Most lists of motivational quotes are dominated by the counsel of men, and it certainly isn’t because women lack words of wisdom. So, I curated a list of my favorite quotes — from luminaries living and dead, activists and athletes, authors and actors, leaders and lovers — all women. Each of these is powerful in its own right; together, they form a motivational stew, encouraging you to seize life and sprint towards success. 1. These Men Freak Out When They Discover The Women They Are Harassing Are Their Moms In Disguise. Street harassment is something that happens to women all over the globe. It may begin to occur a lot less in Lima, Peru after an extremely creative Public Service Announcement, which was sponsored by Everlast aired. The video shows what happens when men harass an attractive woman in the street, only to soon find out that the woman is in fact their own mother in disguise.

The results are nothing short of hilarious. The video is called Harassing Your Mother. The host of the video starts out by saying: “7 out of 10 women are sexually harassed on the streets of Lima, Peru. Argentine town bans beauty pageants and replaces them with 'community awards' Someone stole naked pictures of me. This is what I did about it – video. To Call Out Male Entitlement, Women Are Creating a Flurry of Social Experiments. Women are so fed up with male entitlement that they’ve not only begun coining terms to classify it—“manspreading” or “mansplaining,” for example—but they’ve also started devising social experiments to find out what happens when women stop being polite and start acting like, well, men.

8 Famous Women Who Popped The Question. Hypothetically, there's no stigma against women proposing to men -- indeed, three out of four Americans say it's perfectly fine. But it's not all that common in practice; just one out of 20 American women say they would actually do it, according to an AP-WE tv poll. In this day and age, women shouldn't have to wait for an old-fashioned, get-on-one-knee proposal. In celebration of women who take their relationships into their own hands, we bring you eight female celebrities who proposed to their men: 1. Judge Judy. Meet A Tattoo Artist Who Does For Women What A Surgeon Can’t. She Tattooed Half Her Face And You'd Never Know It. Her Skills Are Just That Good. Singer Zara Larsson Put A Condom On Her Leg To Prove No Man Is 'Too Big' This Is What Happens When A Woman 'Manspreads' On The Subway.

(16) Photos from Espace Santé Etudiant Bordeaux's post - Espace Santé Etudiant Bordeaux. Une ville argentine a fait le choix de bannir les concours de beauté. Soirée des carabins de Bordeaux : il faut en finir avec les affiches sexistes ! Boyfriend Uses Ryan Gosling Meme To Fight Absurd Pooping Double Standards. Monstrous Feminine - Jessica Ledwich. Priya's Shakti, la super-héroïne indienne qui dénonce le viol. Oregon Football Players Chant 'No Means No' At Quarterback Accused Of Rape. This Woman Wants To Change How All Of Us See Our Bodies. 15 Quotes Every Woman Should Live By In 2015. Sitcoms With A Feminist Rewrite Are Pretty Damn Flawless. The 39 Most Iconic Feminist Moments of 2014.

HuffPost Live. Science Fiction and the Post-Ferguson World: “There Are as Many Ways to Exist as We Can Imagine” by Mary Hansen. What Happens When You Don't Wear a Bra? My Week Of Living Bra-lessly in New York City. I Spent A Week As A '50s Housewife, And Here's What My Pretty Little Head Learned  17 Of The Sexiest Quotes Ever Spoken. WATCH: Woman Calls Out Manspreading Subway Riders in Hilarious Video. Les étranges selfies de Iiu Susiraja. (17) Elles font du vélo. Tribu Asgarda : Les nouvelles Amazones. Koxie - Garçon. À 7 ans, elle convainc un éditeur de changer le titre d'une collection jugé sexiste.

17 femmes badass dont vous n'avez probablement pas entendu parler en 2014. Des congés "règles" pour les femmes ? - Viol : une vidéo drôle et déprimante sur la culpabilisation des victimes. Une gameuse trouve une parade imparable contre les menaces de viol sur le net. Blockbusters et personnages féminins. Dans un bus, deux Indiennes se battent contre leurs agresseurs sexuels. Maggie, 7 ans, fait plier un supermarché qu'elle accuse de sexisme - L'Obs. 39 PHOTOS DE FEMMES VRAIMENT EXTRAORDINAIRES, DONT VOUS IGNOREZ PROBABLEMENT L’EXISTENCESolange Te Parle invitée d'Arrêt sur Images. Un troll vous menace de viol. Que faire ? Contacter sa maman peut-être - Rue89 - L'Obs.

“I am one in three, and I WILL BE the one who yells from the rooftops until those numbers change” – Teri Hatcher. Teri Hatcher (Desperate Housewives) raconte à l'ONU son calvaire de victime d'abus sexuels. Lettre ouverte à Julie Escudier et à l'ensemble du Conseil municipal de Toulouse Métropole Violences sexistes : une campagne pour «se réapproprier les transports en commun» Nos brochures. Grenoble, première grande ville européenne à bannir la publicité de ses rues. «Osez le féminisme!» veut inscrire le féminicide dans le code pénal. Newscaster Wore The Same Suit For A Year To Prove a Point about Sexism.