It’s not necessarily disingenuous — but, of course, in its attempt to combat male domination of online spaces, just recapitulates the same problems.
“The most important thing we did was normalise acknowledging that everyone has biases, whether they recognise them or not,” said Debra Weissman, a senior vice president at the company.
bro: come to this party me: i cant, im focusing on building a better futurebro: theres women who need to be respected me: pic.twitter.com/7dw TCYi B2m— Ridiculousness Fans (@We Love Rob Dyrdek) March 27, 2017 Respect Women is less a single meme than it is a meme style.
There is no set format or iconography, only an ideology — that of respecting women — as the primary goal.
And Go Daddy has become, surprisingly, a lodestar among gender equity advocates ?
an example of how even regressive cultures can change. The answer is more complicated than just stamping out overt sexism.