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  • Charlemagne

    It seems weird that anytime an image of a woman's body is used for something, it's sexist. This author presents a very one-sided argument and excludes a number of details. She tries to frame how this industry is extremely sexist, yet she's only able to present a few very old ads and a blog. Other than the main person she was attacking and likely hurt the reputation of badly. Which appears to have worked since he was attacked on social media and now has people that don't even care about typography hating him and tarnishing his name. Internet activism at its finest.

    She also complains about there not being "enough" women in the typography field without addressing why that might be. Her tone would imply that it's because this is some kind of "old boys' club" where women are shunned. It seems entirely more likely that women might just not be trying to pursue a typography career. It's a fairly obscure career choice.

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