Search Results for Tag: #sexism
Berlin’s government wants to ban sexist ads across the city after three districts set out similar plans. Advertisers say the issue is irrelevant, but local politicians say misogynist advertising influences children.
Date21.06.2017 | 13:58
Tags#sexism, Berlin, consumerism, Discrimination, exploitation, Germany, misogyny, pornography, women's rights, womentalkonline
In collaboration with EyeEm, DW invited photographers to share images that offer an insight into the lives of women around the world. This one was taken in Laos by Ferdinand Henke.
Date25.04.2017 | 7:39
Tags#sexism, Buddhism, Ferdinand Henke, gender equality, laos, Luang Prabang, sexist, women's rights
I think I’d be hard pressed to find anyone who’s never had the jitters at a job interview. There you are facing a panel of stern HR people, your head a hodgepodge of “correct answers” to their potential general knowledge questions, your CV read, reread and proofread to perfection, your clothes striking the right balance of professionalism and comfort…
Date18.04.2017 | 14:11
Tags#sexism, Brenda Haas, job interview, kebaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malindo Air, sarong, sarung, VietJet, women's rights
In the streets, at university, in a club or at home; violence and sexual harassment can happen anywhere and to anyone. In Germany, violence against women – domestic violence in particular -, remains a widespread phenomenon.
Date18.04.2017 | 10:22
Tags#sexism, Delia Friess, domestic violence, gender inequality, gender intolerance, racism, Violence against women, womensrights, womentalkonline
Have you been treated at a hospital by a nurse in a short body hugging dress with a plunging neckline, fishnet stockings and vertiginous heels?
Date22.02.2017 | 15:34
Tags#sexism, angel, Brenda Haas, carnival, devil, Frida Kahlo, kangaroo, Karneval, Lent, pirate, stereotypes, witches, women's rights
Anyone who wants to say something on International Women’s Day this year has to say something about what happened on New Year’s Eve in Cologne, Germany. The massive sexual assaults on women in front of Cologne central station – and also in other German and European cities – were reported in various international media. And it is abominable! In Germany this topic is now almost only discussed in the context of “foreigners and women” or “Islam males and their image of women” and “what this means for Germany.” These are of course very important and worthy of debate in the light of the gigantic wave of refugees currently arriving in Germany.
Date08.03.2016 | 8:57
Tags#sexism, #sexualassault, Abuse, cologne, female genital mutilation, FGM, Germany, IS, Islamic State, Istanbul Convention, sexual assault, UN women, women's rights
I read a good blog a few days ago. The title is Getting Married is not an Accomplishment, written by Natalie Brooke. In her blog the author states that society tends to see “getting hitched” as a much greater accomplishment than getting a promotion or having a great career.
Date03.03.2016 | 11:06
Tags#sexism, glas ceiling, marriage, Natalie Brooke, single, single mother, Single women, singleton, stereotypes, women's rights