We’re all equal, right?
Here are some of the front page articles in today’s Observer:
Despite having one two top-notch female candidates, the BBC chooses yet another man as DG.
Jesus was happy with female apostles, but the Church of England still can’t decide on female bishops.
Family planning summit in London threatened by religious groups.
UK recession hits middle-aged women worst.
ETA: Andy Murray, who as of this morning, has not yet won the Wimbledon Men’s Final, is all over the front page, whereas it takes four clicks to even find out who took the Women’s Final. (It was Serena Williams, if you care.)
Slap yourselves, folks. Apparently we are living in 2012 – although today’s headlines would indicate otherwise. Right now, men at better at leading broadcasting companies and being bishops, 200 million women around the world don’t have access to contraceptives, recession is worse for women than for bankers and no-one gives a rat’s arse about women’s tennis.
Are these the messages you want your children to receive?