Tag Archive | commercials
We’ve written lots about Superbowl/football commercials and how misogynist they are, especially considering the percentage of the football television audience that is female. One company is trying to change that. Meet Goldieblox, an awesome toy for girls that teaches them engineering basics. From their website: In a world where men largely outnumber women in science, technology, […]
Super Bowl XLVII: put it in the books. Hopefully everyone had fun Sunday night and made it to work on time and in one piece the next day. The game got pretty exciting post-power outage (!!!), but after an exciting run and a potentially blown holding call, the Niners fell short. As you may have […]
Check out this post over at Sociological Images (one of my blogosphere favorites) on the portrayal of masculinity and femininity in this year’s Superbowl commercials. Happy Spring Training Baseball, and have a great weekend!
In late 2011, Lydia approached Sara with an idea: what if we started a blog that dealt with feminism and sports from a different perspective than everything else out there? We both love reading sports blogs and feminism blogs, but the two only intersect when there’s a particularly newsworthy event. We’re big sports fans – […]