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An Australian TV Host Highlighted Sexism In The News Industry Using One Knockoff Suit

Australian "Today" host Karl Stefanovic did something great for his co-host Lisa Wilkinson (and all women who deliver the news).

An Australian TV Host Highlighted Sexism In The News Industry Using One Knockoff Suit


And no one did!

    "I’m judged on my interviews, my appalling sense of humor — on how I do my job, basically. Whereas women (in the broadcast industry) are quite often judged on what they’re wearing or how their hair is." — Karl Stefanovic

The below video also proves his point about how unfair it is that his co-host Lisa Wilkinson has to turn up the FASHION every day. He could just show up in the same suit and change his tie, and no one noticed?

See his suit over the year:

I think it's more telling how very rarely Lisa repeated her outfits.

Welp, the two skateboarding events added to the Olympics this year have wrapped up for the women's teams, and the results are historic in more ways than one.

Japan's Kokona Hiraki, age 12, just won the silver medal in women's park skateboarding, making her Japan's youngest Olympic medalist ever. Great Britain's Sky Brown, who was 12 when she qualified for the Tokyo Olympics and is now 13, won the bronze, making her Great Britain's youngest medalist ever. And those two medal wins mean that two-thirds of the six medalists in the two women's skateboarding events are age 13 or younger. (The gold and silver medalists in women's street skateboarding, Japan's Momiji Nishiya and Brazil's Rayssa Leal, are also 13.)

That's mind-blowing.

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