"A male administrator came to (the) classroom, told her she needed to consider the guys in her class and their hormones when choosing her wardrobe."
Twitter got itself all hot and bothered over the weekend. The cause of the outrage was an incident that took place at Denver airport when two girls were reportedly banned from boarding a United Airlines plane because they were wearing leggings. Shannon Watts, who witnessed the incident, took to Twitter to document what was happening at the departure gate.
Meghan Markle is no woman to shy away from bringing up issues about equality and identity, as she opened up about being a biracial actress in a piece in December last year. In an article titled ‘How Periods Affect Potential’, the actress talks about the stigma girls and women face in developing countries simply for having their periods.
Ahead of International Women’s Day, a statue of a defiant little girl was placed in front of Wall Street’s famous Charging Bull statue in a bid to challenge the traditionally male environment in the finance industry. It was placed on Tuesday morning by asset manager State Street Global as part of a campaign to increase gender diversity in Wall Street’s traditionally male-dominated environment and call on the industry to increase the number of women on corporate boards.
Because it was actually a meeting of the Peckham branch of the Women’s Institute. An influx of younger women has completely switched up the demographic of the UK’s largest voluntary women’s organisation.