Tagged: Sexism

NEWS: Rwanda: Big Alcohol Uses Sexist Marketing

The beer brand Skol was caught using sexist marketing in Rwanda. Skol printed sexist jokes on their beer bottles. One of the jokes read “when can a woman make you a millionaire” with the answer “when you are a billionaire”. Another of the jokes in French read “how does a beauty queen try and kill a fish? By putting its head in water…”
This is not the first time Big Alcohol has used sexism to market their products. In fact, Big Alcohol has a long track record of using sexist, objectifying and de-humanizing images, messages and slogans to sell more of their products…

NEWS: USA: Sexually Predatory Alcohol Marketing

Numerous brewing companies across the United States are facing scrutiny for using sexually predatory designs and imagery of women on their beer labels. Accompanying these illustrations are names including “Leg Spreader,” “Sex and Candy” and “Naughty Girl”…

NEWS: Uber: Addressing Alcohol To Improve Workplace

Accounts of sexism, harassment and misogyny in the tech start up have been many over the years. Pervasiveness of the problem became public with the publication of a New York Times investigation and the release of a 13-page report providing detailed analysis and making a total of 47 recommendations to turn the culture and ethics at Uber around.
The recommendations span from ways to improve diversity and tougher performance reviews for executives to addressing alcohol-fueled culture of objectification and sexualization of women…

BLOG: 3 Facts Summarising The World Cup

Football at its best is alcohol free; Alcohol does not belong into football; Fifa cooperation with Big Alcohol is harmful to its constituency…