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# Everyday sexism

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# Everyday sexism
Five words that are only ever ascribed to women
Are you a high-maintenance and hysterical woman? Probably.
# time to hoover
9 reminders that everyday sexism is still rife in the media
It’s truly amazing how many articles about household cleaning and weight loss appears in the female sections of newspapers.
Column: 'Would Trump comment on a male journalist’s smile? Not a chance'
Soft sexism at work is less frightening than other forms of sexism, but it can carry more serious repercussions, writes Lorraine Courtney.
# Everyday sexism
10 laughably sexist headlines, fixed
Let us fix that for you.
# Everyday sexism
This photo showing the difference in magazines for girls and boys is causing a stir
# Everyday sexism
This video of men reading sexist tweets to female sports reporters is creating a big stir online
It’s very hard to watch.
# Everyday sexism
This video of men reading sexist tweets to female sports reporters has gone super viral
And it’s The Worst.
# suits you
People aren't too happy about this suit company using half-naked women in their ads
The campaign has just started and it’s all kicking off.
# suits you
People are giving out about this suit company using half-naked women in their ads
The campaign is just a day old and it’s all kicking off.
# excluded
Labour senator hits out at 'sexism' in the party after being ignored for 'monster canvass'
Senator Mary Moran has hit out at a ‘monster canvass’ organised for her constituency running mate Ged Nash.
# Everyday sexism
Joan slams critics of her hands and says she's not 'Downton Abbey and teacups'
The Tánaiste suggested that sexism lays behind criticism of her body language in Monday’s debate.
# Everyday sexism
'Her second most important job': One politician's take on the North's first female leader
Edwin Poots has found himself in bother after his congratulatory speech.
# bic pens
13 products for women that seriously need to cop on
Don’t ask me… I’m just a girrrl.
# bagging area
Tesco never used the word 'bossy': Inside the bagging area sexism row
The ‘irritating’ woman has been replaced by a man.
# groan
The former head of Disney said that beautiful women aren't funny and it's caused uproar
The whole of the internet sighs.
# hollywood sexism
This actress got sent a sexist note with a script and people are not happy
“push up bras encouraged.”
# Mansplaining
This 'sexist' statue on a college campus has become a big talking point on Twitter
This is one controversial statue.
# Everyday sexism
A Canadian teenager got detention for wearing this dress and her response was brilliant
It was an “inappropriate and a sexual distraction to the young men.”
# Everyday sexism
How did nobody see this coming? 'Sexist' posters removed from back of Cardiff bus
“Ride me all day for £3″.
# Everyday sexism
Big Hero 6 merchandise doesn't feature the girl characters and parents aren't happy
Because boys think girls are “yuck” apparently.
# Everyday sexism
A gym assumed a woman was a man because she was a doctor and it’s causing a storm
# Everyday sexism
A gym assumed a woman was a man because she was a Doctor and it's causing a storm
# Everyday sexism
Lego published beauty tips for girls and parents are not one bit happy
# Everyday sexism
Sportswear company apologises for extremely sexist washing instruction
# not a mum
This Dad wrote an excellent open letter to Heinz about their sexist packaging
The father accuses the brand of “everyday sexism”.
# questions for men
#QuestionsForMen is the latest hashtag doing the rounds on Twitter - what's it about?
The hashtag has invited women to share instances of everyday sexism.
# Everyday sexism
Calling out sexism online - and getting murder and rape threats for it
Laura Bates set up the hugely popular Everyday Sexism project after experiencing a number of sexist incidents over the course of a week.
# Tom Barry
The grab seen around the world - the internet reacts to Tom Barry
Fine Gael say that they have ‘nothing further to add’ to general secretary Tom Curran’s statement and will not comment on any possible disciplinary procedures.
# Abortion Debate
‘No excuses, I just shouldn’t have done it’ – Tom Barry
The Cork East TD says that Áine Collins has accepted his apology for grabbing her during a break in last night’s abortion debate.
# Abortion Debate
Male TD pulls female colleague into his lap - in the Dáil chamber
Fine Gael TD Tom Barry grabbed his colleague Áine Collins during a break in the abortion debate, but Fine Gael say there ‘was no malice involved’.