And even if you decide to exit TV & Showbiz, and read other articles, her naked image follows you around as the first image on the right-hand side wall!
Everyday Media Sexism is a joint project aimed at exposing the endemic sexism we find in our media, and at providing a safe space in which to share stories, speak out, and object.
With your help, we plan to build a collection of evidence of the sexism that bombards us in our media - be it through newspapers, magazines, television, advertisements, or online - and to put to rest arguments that these discriminatory portrayals of women are just a bit of 'harmless fun'.
We aim to create a sense of community that unites us against accusations of being a 'prude' or a 'killjoy' for standing up to sexist media stereotypes.
And we aim to use this evidence to make it loud and clear that the portrayal of women, and the reporting of violence against women, must be on the agenda in all debates regarding media reform.
We hope that you will join us, and that you will use this as a space to share your stories of how media sexism affects you, or simply to report what you see.
Long or short - this is your platform!
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