Posts Tagged ‘sexism

12
Aug
09

On air: Is sexism holding Africa back?

AFRICAN WOMENOn Tuesday’s show we discussed Burma and Hillary Clinton. Michael was our last caller. He said: ‘This is typical of men in the developing world. Their attitude towards women is holding their countries back?’ Then George emailed who describes himself as an African living in Portland, Oregon. ‘The question was not only wrong, it shows the mindset of most men in African. We Africans are very chauvinistic. Next to the Middle East, African males shows the least respect to there women and usually don’t take women seriously. I’m glad Hilary put this person in his place.’ Continue reading ‘On air: Is sexism holding Africa back?’

04
Sep
08

On Air: Is the response to Sarah Palin sexist?

Hi, it’s James here. With Ros off to the US, i’m stepping up to the mike to host the discussion today.

Following her speech to the Republican convention, lots of you have been talking about Sarah Palin here on the blog, so today we’re going to run with it on air. Continue reading ‘On Air: Is the response to Sarah Palin sexist?’




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