Category Archives: teenage sexism

Everyday Sexism – university campus misogyny

Having read the article in this week’s Guardian by Sally Williams entitled “Campus nightmare: female students on the rise of sexual harassment” I began to look at other article about gender inequality in the UK university system. I found another … Continue reading

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No Suprise – sexism in sport!

I was sure that my article this week was going to reflect on how Baroness Warsi, the chairman of the main party in Britain’s governing coalition, has said that anti-Muslim prejudice has “passed the dinner table test” and become socially … Continue reading

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Teenage girls – time to challenge sexist expectations

This morning I was listening to the news about some schools that are intending making ante-natal classes available to some of their older girls – needless to say the ones that get pregnant. This news item brought back a recent … Continue reading

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