Sexism

After two sexism scandals, the new host of “Jeopardy!” is stepping down.
Richards called the podcast's co-host a “booth ho” and “booth slut” and disparaged co-workers' bodies.
In 1961, 10-year-old Gwen Goldman wrote a letter to Yankees general manager Roy Hamey asking to serve in the role.
The "Inside the NBA" analyst had a running gag about women in San Antonio, but blamed "jackasses trying to get you canceled" for ending it.
"It really sucks that people can be racist and sexist at our age, and we want to stop them from growing up into racist and sexist adults."
Dozens of girls discovered that their photos had been altered to add more clothing.
"In my mind, I had been given the choice of continuing to hide and be invisible, or to be wanted and desired — and I chose the latter, every time."
"Privately I griped about how ridiculous it was that so many people assumed all women wanted children, and now my targeted ads were doing it, too."
Golden State Warriors star Draymond Green said he was tired of seeing female athletes "complaining" about the lack of pay.
My mother recently said, in Mandarin, that she wanted to close her spa earlier at night because “America feels unsafe.”