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Media that misuses and abuses women and feminism, and/or the critique thereof. 'cause you're being a chauvanist/mysogynist ironically, right? May 7
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Are women now confined to drab, dark pants suits, a slicked back bun and minimal make up to be taken seriously in politics? In France, the answer is unfortunately a resounding yes. Recently, Cecile Duflot, French Housing Minister, who donned a conservative, long-sleeved, knee-length floral summer dress to speak before the assembly, was heckled with whistles and wolf howls.
How Daniel Tosh’s joke and his subsequent apology are part of a much larger problem.
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Tuesday 6 December 2011 Far from being harmless or ironic fun, lads’ mags could be legitimising hostile sexist attitudes, according to new research.
I noticed a friend’s Facebook share the other day of a Maxim “article” along with a critique of the language of “lads mags.” Here's the magazine feature, which is disgustingly violent in the most straightforward of ways, in order to give some context, but what I really want to talk about are some of the public conversations that have followed it.