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17:37

Opinion

Institutional sexism

Jennie Rhodes

So the war on sexism rages on. At a recent appointment with the social security gynaecologist, which in Andalucía, where we have a woman Socialist leader, is still called 'family planning', I was left wondering whether the woman doctor who attended ... to me was still stuck in 1918 and very much part of the blatant institutional sexism. Apparently we women cannot just go along to make sure everything is fine "down there". It is all part of a bigger plan to make sure we are healthy enough to bear ... that I had a partner and that my partner was a man... Institutional sexism and old-fashioned values, it would seem are prolific. To think that we have a female socialist leader in Andalucía and that relatively young female doctors think nothing of

17:00

Local

Against sexism in the classroom

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Around 300 people joined protests in the centre of Malaga on Wednesday while widespread strike action against "sexism in the classroom" left secondary schools across the province practically empty. The general strike, organised by the Sindicato

15:02

Sport

The challenge is equality

INÉS GALLASTEGUI

Group. Its president, Mikel Huarte, recalls that the first time he heard talk of sexism in running his response was "we are not chauvinists", but then he reviewed some aspects of his organisation. "Most of the workers were men, the publicity photos were

13:33

Local

"Sexism is still very present"

Thirty-five-year-old French resident in Malaga, Nolwenn Gaudin, says she feels that generally, sexism is less accepted than it used to be, but she adds that "it is still very present". She says that the #MeToo movement is a big step forward. "I hope

13:07

LifeStyle

Isabel Oyarzábal, a silenced pioneer

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

The legacy of Isabel Oyarzábal Smith still vibrates beneath the earth, decades after being buried by the dictatorship and sexism. This combative and multifaceted woman from Malaga who faced up to Miguel Primo de Rivera to demand universal suffrage

14:21

Sport

“Barbies can play too”

FERNANDO MIÑANA CATALONIA

...ecstatic in describing how the girls had “broken down barriers” while “combating sexism from the stands.” He stated that the girls’ male competitors were stronger and faster due to undeniable physical differences between the sexes, but explained how the

19:37

Local

Sharing in the spirit of women's day

JENNIE RHODES / RACHEL HAYNES / Georgie Kenny

...peck on the lips” Tricia Gabbitas. Tricia Gabbitas | Retired Seventy-year-old Tricia Gabbitas explains that she has been the victim of direct sexism in the workplace. When she once queried why a less qualified male colleague was earning more ... job. She says that while she doesn’t feel she has personally experienced sexism in the workplace she has questioned why, in interviews, she has been asked whether she is married, something that in theory should not be asked at any stage during a job ... to be given equal opportunities and rights.” “Sexism is still very present” Nolwenn Gaudin. Nolwenn Gaudin | Translator Thirty-five-year-old French resident in Malaga, Nolwenn Gaudin, says she feels that generally, sexism is less

14:21

Local

5,000 in march against violence towards women

juan soto

...former partners. Starting in the Plaza de la Merced, the march made its way through the city centre, with anti-violence messages adorning banners and signs. ‘Say NO to violence against women’ and ‘Sexism kills’ were two of the slogans used, with the

12:45

Opinion

Business as usual

Jennie Rhodes

...laugh it off. But isn't that what many men still believe? An inappropriate comment will just be brushed aside and not cause any offence? In Spanish this is referred to as micro-machismo; in English, microaggression: small incidents of sexism that most