None other than Bill Clinton is criticizing the Berniebro phenomenon, saying at an event in New Hampshire this weekend that Sanders supporters subject his wife’s supporters online to sexist and “profane” attacks. Meanwhile, Kathleen Willey, a woman who in 1998 accused Bill Clinton of groping her, has reportedly signed…
Some bro named DJ Justin James has come under fire for posting an extremely sexist call for women DJs, specifying not their style of music nor even what equipment they use, but their height, weight, and photograph. To add insult to injury, he posted his request in a Facebook group called “Support FEMALE DJs.”
Within the halls of Fox News a virtual blood feud grows between Megyn Kelly and Bill O’Reilly, two of the network’s biggest stars. The tension between the pair has apparently swelled in recent months, largely due to O’Reilly’s petulant jealousy.
On Friday, President Obama announced a plan requiring companies with over 100 employees to annually report salary data by race, gender and ethnicity, the New York Times reports.
Which is a really sweet gesture.
A white male leader of Arizona’s Maricopa County NAACP chapter is in hot water because of his appreciation for a local news reporter’s “tits.”
This afternoon, Kanye West and Wiz Khalifa went back and forth on Twitter in an argument about Kanye’s upcoming album that quickly devolved into sexist jabs about a woman they both used to love.
A new study co-authored by academics out of Paris and UC Berkeley has found that students tend to rate male professors higher than their female counterparts—even when their male instructors are total cornball Gilderoy Lockhearts and their female educators are badass McGonagalls. Accio inherent gender bias!
A new study about the representation of women in Hollywood thoroughly confirms what you have probably long ago come to perceive: most films do not come anywhere close to passing the Bechdel Test.
Get ready to feel a fresh, scalding surge of empowerment: a communications firm that works with biotechnology companies is single-handedly devoting itself to promoting gender diversity. Not by hiring women. Well, kind of by hiring women. Hiring women to come to their parties, anyway.
Cool, cool, cool, cool.
Your woke bae Matt McGorry has gone to bat against an enormous head named Piers Morgan, thereby solidifying his “woke bae” status while fighting valiantly in what will likely be a dudefight bloodbath because duh, it’s Piers Morgan.
This weekend, starfish carcass Donald Trump yelled so loudly he turned inside out.
Japan’s sushi industry is notoriously male-dominated, but a group of intrepid female chefs have begun to combat the sexism preventing women from working in the field. In Tokyo’s Akihabara district you’ll now find a restaurant called Nadeshiko Sushi — and every single employee is female.
A new video featuring the long-suffering laments of the “Instagram Husband” is a comedic tribute to the silent sacrifice of the partners who help make art (or “art”) happen. But it also inadvertently highlights how rarely that role is played by men.
Fatima Mernissi, one of Morocco’s foremost writers in the fields of sociology and Islamic feminism, has died. She was best known for her books Beyond the Veil, Tales of a Harem Girlhood and The Forgotten Queens of Islam.
In this current economy, more and more businesses are asking their workers to do two jobs for the price of one. Such seems to be the case of a Canadian firm looking for a content writer/sometime receptionist. It would help if the person was female, of course, because real men don’t do reception.
This evening I’m giving a talk to my daughter’s Girl Scouts troop about careers in technology. I’m going to tell them that women have done amazing things in tech. I’m going to tell them that they too can do anything they set their minds to in this arena. But I will be lying to them.
The New York Times crossword puzzle is a hallowed institution of yesteryear, one that is useful in distinguishing normal people from people good at one very specific, generally useless skill. Apparently, its worldview (or its editor Will Shortz’s worldview) has not been updated for the modern puzzle aficionado.
In a recent appearance on California’s Power 106 FM to promote her new single “Focus,” pop superstar and admitted donut licker Ariana Grande put DJs Justin Credible and Eric D-Lux in their place after being asked a series of ignorant questions about makeup, cell phones, and unicorn emojis.