3 Minutes That Show How The Media Failed Women In 2013

From The Representation Project, a movement that aims to “expose injustices created by gender stereotypes.”

1. In general, 2013 was a great year for women in the media.

Time Magazine / Via

2. There was a record number of female directors nominated for Emmys.

Getty / Dan MacMedan

3. PBS appointed its first female anchor team on NewsHour, a show that has been on the air since 1975.

CBS / Via

4. And ESPN aired the Nine for IX film series.

ESPN / Via

5. But “some things aren’t changing fast enough,” proposes The Representation Project, which strives to “shift people’s consciousness towards change.”

6. Because extreme Photoshop is used to promote the Barbie lifestyle.

7. And calling a 9-year-old girl — or anyone, for that matter — the C-word is used for humor.

8. And a GOP leader called Miss America a prostitute for standing up against bullying.

9. And sex appeal is apparently the only way to sell hamburgers.

10. Here is the video that asks why things aren’t changing fast enough.

Check out more articles on!



    Here Are The Top Stories
    • Polls have officially closed in the Greek referendum. The country is deciding whether to accept sweeping new austerity measures tied to further bailout funds.
    • The U.S. will face Japan in Vancouver in the final match of the FIFA Women's World Cup ⚽️
    • Captured New York prison escapee David Sweat has been released from hospital and is back in jail.
    Get The News App

    Hot Buzz

    Show Us Your Most Canadian Tattoos!


    What’s The Best Budget Product On The High Street?


    Now Buzzing