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Women get the same proportion of space on the op/ed pages as they do on the masthead at the New York Times—it is Time to see and end this connection.
Thursday, January 22, 2009 at 2:24 pm — admin
FemiSex has written repeatedly about the inability of the Times op/ed page editors to include women in their “Questions For” format. Last week we posted: The New York Times Op/ed Pages –a bastion of distain, discrimination, and diminishment against women. An excerpt:
The New York Times Op/ed Pages –a bastion of distain, discrimination, and diminishment against women.
Thursday, January 15, 2009 at 12:32 pm — admin
There is a format on the The New York Times Op/ed page that is sort of like absolute zero towards women. This format occurs when the editors of the page run a item called “Questions For so and so.” They have done so many times this past year, mostly in relation to the elections. Questions for Obama and McCain, questions for the veep candidates, and, now, this year on Tues. Jan. 13th…. “Questions for Mrs. Clinton” re her confirmation as SOS.