Tag Archives: Misogyny

What’s in a name?

By Janet Lim A few Singaporean news blogs have recently reported that a Singaporean freelance model, Jvnne Zheng, has lodged a police report against a porn site for using her pictures without her permission and defaming her. To be perfectly … Continue reading

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Media Misogyny and its disastrous consequence

By Ghui Media sensationalism is something we are all collectively complicit in. From the journalists who search for the most dramatic headlines to the readers who voraciously lap up the juiciest stories, we all have a part to play in … Continue reading

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Women, feminists and misogynists

by Ghui When one thinks of the term “misogynist”, one conjures up the image of a chauvinistic man with outdated ideas of women and sexuality. While this may be true to some extent, it is not entirely accurate. Although I … Continue reading

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