As we should all know by now, it doesn’t matter whether or not Kagan is a lesbian.
Posts Categorized: Media Hall of Shame
The media love reporting the gory details, the lurid circumstances, the outpouring of grief — but they do little to widen the context beyond the case of the day. No information of use is provided to the community. Or, as in this instance, when supposed advice is provided it is sorely misguided.
Calvin Klein touts its advertising campaigns as “ground-breaking” — but they’re really the same old shtick again and again. Fashion designers love to show women splayed out on the ground, possibly unconscious, possibly being violated, maybe even dead.
Rush is a lost cause, but maybe his listeners should pause for a moment to consider whether their hero really cares about anyone other than himself.
This ad could potentially put women’s health and lives at risk by promoting ideology over medicine.
Teaching kids that objectifying women and invading their privacy is fun — thanks Burger King!
Whore, prostitute, hooker — it’s time to retire these sexist terms that only encourage our society to see women as commodities to be bought and sold.
The show outrageously implied that physicians like Dr. Tiller may be culpable in their own murders because they themselves are baby killers. The episode might have been titled “Dignity,” but it did little to acknowledge the dignity of women and the service providers who risk their lives to provide safe and legal abortions.
No matter how accomplished a woman may be, she is always subject to ridicule, particularly where her appearance is concerned.
Women are constantly judged and rated on their physical assets and sex appeal, and the Huffington Post really doesn’t need to be in the business of encouraging this practice.