Sexism


Superbowl and sexism

Katie Hinderer | 17 February 2012
There was a little uproar because one of the half-time performers flipped her middle finger at the camera. But, to me, this was nothing compared to the blatant sexism that was in many of the commercials aired that night. It’s high time for women to stop being inserted into commercials like one more object.
 
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