Sexism in reporting - some examples

Business In February 2013, Yahoo’s new chief executive, Marissa Mayer, ­announced that the company was eliminating its full-time work-from-home policy because she wanted her employees to interact more closely. There was an explosion of criticism as columnists and commentators decried her move, claiming it was particularly hostile to working…

Slovak elections, March 5, 2016

Many surprises. Three anti-establishment parties made it. Several (depending on how you count) of the eight parties that will be in the parliament have nationalistic tendencies, or worse. One description: Marian Lesko, a political analyst, said the election results showed that Slovaks were growing tired of the old political order,…

One percent of all articles (still) mention Bill Clinton

This is a rather amusing introduction: Bill Clinton will not (repeat, not) be campaigning for his wife in the early stages of her 2016 presidential campaign. He will, however, be discussing Hillary Rodham Clinton’s policies and vision for the country in front of live audiences of thousands of likely…