How sexist is the urban environment?

Are public spaces perpetuating gender stereotypes? Are road signs and infographics forms of everyday sexism? Why are theses issues increasingly making the front line in disputes about equality?

Because you’re creating an issue out of thin air to support your agenda.

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  • Hard Little Machine

    Most public art is, by definition, bland, atrocious, or just plain strange. The Javits Federal office bldg in lower Manhattan was home to a bizarre piece of art called “Tilted Arc”. A massive rusting curved iron wall bisecting the public space. After 8 years of controversy it was the subject of a LAWSUIT to remove it and it was. If you’re not irritating someone you’re not doing public art.

  • Martin B

    Missing link?

    • John Boy

      Are you talking about no link to the article or about BLM?