The Body Shop demands Toronto-based job applicant show up to interview in a “full face of makeup.” Brenna MacPhee, who had applied to a customer consultant position, turned down the interview request.
Gloucestershire city councillor says schools should recommend prostitution as a career choice. The leader of the Liberal Democrats will support the councillor, Dennis Parsons, despite not agreeing with his position.
Police are asking the public to be on the look out for Brittany Morrisseau, a 17-year-old girl who went missing from her hometown of Winnipeg nearly a week ago.
Clinton struggles to win over Millennial voters, many of whom prefer the Green or Libertarian candidates. Is it sexism? Kate Aronoff argues no.
Thousands of girls are put in juvenile detention — not for criminality, but for disobedience:
“Three different studies conducted by criminologists over the last decade found that juvenile records often stereotype girls: She is ‘big’ and ‘very loud.’ Girls are ‘criers’ who are ‘promiscuous,’ ‘manipulative,’ and ‘pouting.’ Jeannette Pai-Espinosa, president of the National Crittenton Foundation, a nonprofit that works with at-risk girls, says.”