Probably not the message they think they’re sending…
bi’te me shell
This is a nice little example of why diversity is important for companies (in addition to being the right thing to do in any case): if they had enough people who weren’t straight white men making decisions, there would be more candid discussion about the wisdom of going public with something like this.
“ Female high school hockey player taunted with “gender reveal” sign, called a “dude” by opposing team”
The maker of that sign was definitely secure in their sexuality and gender identity /s
Related to that, Stephen King continues his recent theme of hyper-privileged douchery:
10 posts were merged into an existing topic: On Stephen King, privilege, and douchery
An interview with the author of “Gone Girl”:
On the one hand, it’s great that an incident of human trafficking was thwarted before it happened. On the other, I have to wonder if the mom in question had been a woman of color, would the outcome have been the same?
And yeah, it SUCKS to even have to think like that, but such is the reality we live in.
On top of all the ways this is wrong, there is a fundamental belief that skinny chefs aren’t good publicity for their cooking.
Apparently there was enough of an immediate backlash that the principal rescinded the demand within hours:
Now when do we get his removal for being that creepy?
The principal is a woman. Misogyny is an equal opportunity prejudice, unfortunately.
Ah, yes. Sorry. I hadn’t even read the article before getting my dander up. That said, I wouldn’t want anyone in charge demanding to review pictures of my kid.
Yeah, apparently you’re not the only one who feels that way!
They detained the VICTIMS of assault and battery. Yup, sounds about par for the course.