Last Wednesday, Senate Republicans blocked — for the third time — the Paycheck Fairness Act, a bill proposing to close the pay gap between men and women. The goal of the bill — the attainment of equal pay for equal work — seems like a no-brainer,…
so i went on the american apparel site today
looking at the socks
here’s one of the pictures for men’s socks
seriously i’m not one to complain about sexism much but i just looked on this site and??
THE FUCK IS THIS???
also BAGS AND WALLEtS???
????????????????????? I DON’T FUCKING GET IT????
Ugh, American Apparel keeps being sexist in the weirdest ways possible.
There has only been five female characters comfirmed playable compared to fifteen male characters.
"Dr. James" amuses me. "Let’s add at least one more female and be done”…
Yes, actually, let’s add at least one more woman to the cast.
Did you know that when you go outside, OVER HALF of the people out there are girls????
FEMINISM RUN AMUCK
I would play Super Smash Sisters in a heartbeat.
In this edition of everyday sexism, we are reminded that there are jerks who hate women characters in video games.
April 10, Thursday
10:00am – 12:00pm ~ Sewing Group. Weekly. This sewing group is open to all women who would like to sew with a machine or by hand. We will make or mend clothing, bags, quilts, etc. Questions/Info: BostonArtCollectives@gmail.com
1:00 – 2:00pm ~ Crochet/knitting Group. Weekly. Open to all women who would like to learn and/or crochet or knit with others. Info: 617-354-6394
5:30-7pm ~ Women’s Center Board of Trustees Meeting.. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org
*6:30 – 8:00pm ~ Ladies, Let’s Talk About It - Women’s Narcotic Anonymous (NA) Meeting. Weekly.Support group for women recovering from drug and alcohol abuse. Info: 617-354-8807.
NEW YORK—Confronted on a regular basis with images of women who represent a diverse array of body types, a growing number of American men are reportedly feeling pressured to accept the increasingly realistic standards of female beauty now depicted i…
GAME_JAM was supposed to be a YouTube-based webseries, a reality show about four teams of game developers competing to win prizes and promote their careers. According to many of the folks involved, it was hamstrung by terrible contracts, mismanaged sponsorship, and a director who sought every opportunity to fabricate conflict against the will of participants, and a general misunderstanding of what game development actually involved. But the thing that united the sixteen contestants into walking off the show was when it attempted to get them to impugn the place of women in coding and game making. And we think that’s pretty cool.