Post Profile






Pale, Male And Stale: Sexism And The World’s Top Five Alcohol Companies

If you want to know how to really show disdain for women, then look to the global alcohol industry, writes Chris Graham. As most readers would know, last year New Matilda got involved in a start-up based out of Adelaide, called the Sparkke Change Beverage Company. Sparkke is a tiny company run out of a [...] The post Pale, Male And Stale: Sexism And The World’s Top Five Alcohol Companies appeared first on New Matilda.
read more

share

Related Posts


SEXISM IN THE SPORTS WORLD: Man Who Calls Women ‘Dumb Twats’ and ‘C-nts’ Now Minority Owner…

US Politics / Conservative : Instapundit

SEXISM IN THE SPORTS WORLD: Man Who Calls Women ‘Dumb Twats’ and ‘C-nts’ Now Minority Owner of NY Mets.

2014 Report On Women’s Status In U.S. Media Finds Same Shit, Different Day

Lifestyle / Women's Interest : The Frisky

Pale, male and stale: this continues to be the way the mainstream media looks in 2014. A new report by the Women’s Media Center on the status of women in the U.S. media finds that whether it’s Sunday morning talk show guests, Hollyw...

RAMPANT SEXISM IN THE NEW YORK TIMES: “Guys are just jerks, and women know it.” Call me crazy, b…

US Politics / Conservative : Instapundit

RAMPANT SEXISM IN THE NEW YORK TIMES: “Guys are just jerks, and women know it.” Call me crazy, but I’m pretty sure that the tech culture’s problem isn’t that it’s overrun by alpha males. Here’s another bit from the same story: “Pax ...

America's First Woman In Space Was A Lesbian, Ctd

Politics : The Daily Dish By Andrew Sullivan

A reader writes: Perhaps the NYT was puzzled about reporting whether Sally Ride should be called a lesbian, or perhaps bisexual - since she had been married to a male astronaut for five years. And then there's a bit of...

Male, Pale and Stale?

Age Groups / Baby Boomers : Feisty Side of Fifty

Boomer women who survived the gender battles of the 1970s will likely recall the oft-repeated reference to “male, pale, and stale.” This phrase summed up the frustrations we felt in a number of areas: job opportunities, equitable pa...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC