Welcome to your weekly dose of links we’ve collected but haven’t got round to blogging. As ever, a link does not constitute a seal of F-Word approval for its content, and we cannot guarantee that the articles and any subsequent comments threads will be free of material that some readers may find triggering. Feel free to have at ’em in comments, and add your own stories of the week.
Facebook still isn’t sure whether or not breastfeeding is obscene (hint: it ain’t).
Congratulations to former Countryfile presenter Miriam O’Reilly, who won her ageism claim against the BBC. Her sex discrimination claim failed, but methinks this is a clear case of double discrimination – the ageism and sexism go hand in hand.
Nintendo’s Shigeru Miyamoto explains girls (blergh). And yet more sexism in the games industry here.
American Apparel continues to plaster its adverts with sexualised images of young women (yawn), but at least one of the latest ones has some vaguely-noticeable armpit stubble, much to the Daily Mail’s horror.
Johann Hari interviews misogynist extraordinaire Kenneth Tong. For non-tweeters like myself who missed the drama, Tong is a former Big Borther contestant who recently won tens of thousands of followers on Twitter by tweeting hateful pro-anorexia messages.