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The WMC research shows that sexist media coverage results in a drastic decrease of voter confidence in women candidates. This is similar to studies of bullying, in which people are less likely to identify with those negatively treated in public, due to the conscious or unconscious fear that such bullying or negative public characterization will then include them as bystanders and supporters. The ever-changing media landscape creates an unmonitored and often not fact-checked echo chamber, habitually allowing damaging comments to influence opinion without accountability. Name It. Change It. was launched to hold media outlets accountable for their role in our government’s gender disparity; women make up only 17 percent of Congress and 23 percent of state legislatures. Name It. Change It. identifies and publicizes sexist media coverage of women candidates and political leaders of all races. This project is also race-conscious in its understanding of stereotyping as it is used against various groups of women.
-Source: The Women's Media Center
The Pantene ad below illustrates how women typically apologize for situations where they should not be sorry. The 2nd video, hits it out of the ballpark, with Amy Schumer's parody of women apologizing for... you know.... existing.
This video follows the story of a creative and talented woman named Candice who plays music, invented a new instrument, and created a new business. Using copyright, patent and trademark laws, she learned to how to protect and build a business from her creations.
• Why intellectual property is different from physical property
• The risk of not establishing and protecting ownership
• Why copyright law matters in selling and managing your creative works
• Why patent law matters in protecting your inventions
• Why trademark law matters in protecting your brand