Unless it’s a spectacle, we don’t see it on screens. But as our guest author Andrea Press spells out in her new co-authored book Media-Ready Feminism and Everyday Sexism, everyday sexism is just accepted. The Me Too movement originated in 2006 by Tarana Burke but it wasn’t until the spectacle of the big Hollywood producer story in 2017 that it really spread. Listen in and see how Desperate Housewives, Jersey Shore, Tinder, and even Wikipedia play roles in maintaining invisible sexism.

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