Examples of sexism in a Sentence
the problem of sexism in language
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More: After Uber, more women speak up about Silicon Valley sexismUber pointed to changes it's made since 2013 when the claims begin.
Lambert is a case in point about how sexism dictates the makeup of country radio.
The only detour into sexism that feels truly necessary is the story of Gail Getty (Hilary Swank), Paul III’s mother, who is desperate to get her son back after he is kidnapped.
For contemporary audiences, the abuse and sexism within the text are considered far too patriarchal and misogynistic for those up to speed with the #MeToo or #TimesUp movements, or even those who value common decency.
Women who work at the state Capitol have accused men there of harassment and abuse, and have started a related campaign to address bad behavior and sexism in the workplace.
Perhaps the most high-profile example of how such misconduct can destroy value is Uber, the ride-sharing company rocked by allegations of harassment and sexism early last year.
Of course, patriarchy and sexism are not the domain of any one culture or religion.
Famous men can contribute to this effort by continuing to do the work of dismantling systemic sexism knowing that there may be no personal or professional benefit.
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SEXISM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of sexism for English Language Learners
: unfair treatment of people because of their sex; especially : unfair treatment of women
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