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V.21 No.47 | 11/22/2012
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Music

Specter of sonic sexism looms

By Samantha Anne Carrillo [ Tue Nov 27 2012 1:15 PM ]

Sexism in the music industry is alive and well. But it’s almost 2013, you might say. We’re more than a half-century removed from the height of ’50s paternalism. Sadly, we’re not quite as distanced from the weaker-sex mentality as we’d like to think. Whether exploring industrial music, producing or music-related subcultures, misogyny still patiently waits to be acknowledged and abolished. We chatted with Burqueña noisemakers and aural curators about their experiences with sexism in our burg. Read all about it in Burqueñas Talk Musical Misogyny.

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Aural Fixation

Burqueñas Talk Musical Misogyny

By Samantha Anne Carrillo
We talk to Burqueña DJs and musicians about sexism in the music industry and call for an end to bad, old-fashioned misogyny.

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V.21 No.27 |

News

The Daily Word in NM Drug Court investigations, litigiousness, "acts of daily living," a naked crimewave, and Romney-Venn Diagrams

By Geoffrey Plant [ Sat Jul 7 2012 11:00 AM ]
In the news: infected with this virus, state email investigation, Judge Pat Murdoch, Drug Court in Northern New Mexico, unqualified bonuses, a french word for EVERYTHING, The most litigious man in the world, naked crimewave, crime, Best Buy, how to debate on T.V, acts of daily living, totally flipped out, Mitt Romney's Venn Diagrams, this is a man's world, Is Marxism relevant today, Men in suits get away with things, egged and Mike Milled on air, The last minutes, The Valley of Gwangi

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V.20 No.24 | 6/16/2011

news

Local Wiener’s rape joke (not national Weiner’s sexting)

By Marisa Demarco [ Tue Jun 14 2011 5:17 PM ]

Commissioner Michael Wiener told county officials a racy rape joke, according to an investigation. (It’s not the first off-color joke he’s told that’s gotten him into trouble.) He also made inappropriate remarks to a female Bernalillo County worker, the investigation concluded, though he didn’t violate any policies.

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V.19 No.31 |

news

The Daily Word 08.11.10: New Mexico budget, abortion, weather, meat, male grooming, sexism, Ben Quayle

By Jessica Cassyle Carr [ Wed Aug 11 2010 12:53 PM ]
In the news: New Mexico's budget gap, Anti-abortionists, Tropical depression, fried cheese sandwich, Super bacteria found in Britain, prison escapees, butchering meat, male grooming, Sexy housework/abject sexism, Dan Quayle's son, Weather

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V.19 No.27 |
Munn does the "working mother."

TV

Olivia Munn: Too Hot for TV, Says Jezebel

By Anne Artley, fearless intern [ Thu Jul 8 2010 11:17 AM ]

Feminist blog Jezebel is under fire for a post about Olivia Munn, the new contributor to "The Daily Show." The blog blasted Munn, host of "Attack of the Show," for being hired for the wrong reasons and "The Daily Show" for being sexist and excluding women. Slate magazine reporter Emily Gould responded with her article "Outrage World," which, in turn, called Jezebel blogger Irin Carmon's criticism "petty jealousy." Gould also accused the reporter of using quotes from off-the record conversations with women who had been denied jobs or fired from "The Daily Show." Carmon used Munn's former appearances in Maxim and Playboy, and a clip of her eating suggestive-looking food on her show as evidence that she had been hired more for her sex appeal than brain cells.
This claim may be a stretch--Munn did host "Attack of the Show" for four years, after all. But a more knowledgeable critique came from Samantha Bee, the "Most Senior Correspondent" on the "The Daily Show." In contrast to the complaints of the women who were fired from the show, Bee praised it as a great enviornment for working mothers and stated that her gender has not held her back on the show. In Jezebel's scrutiny of the perhaps bitter women who were fired, the blog did not spend enough time on Bee, the woman who had the most experience behind the scenes.

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V.19 No.24 | 6/17/2010

News

Domestic Violence Deniers

By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Jun 10 2010 5:36 PM ]

Congressman Ben Ray Lujan sent out a news release today announcing that he’s being targeted by Abusegate, Investigate!. According to its site, the group is bent on ending the “domestic violence industry.” But a further look at the principles and goals of the organization reveals some real gems. (My gift to you. Happy Thursday, everyone.)

Lujan is being singled out because he is one of 20 lawmakers who supports “discriminatory laws such as the International Violence Against Women Act that are known to violate fundamental civil rights and escalate partner tensions,” according to the news release.

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V.19 No.13 | 4/1/2010

Film

Was Crazy Heart Sexist? Or the Sexiest?

By Marisa Demarco [ Mon Mar 29 2010 2:00 PM ]

Newsman and Alibi contributor John Bear is fed up with the portrayal of female reporters in film. Hollywood’s hypersexualized, girly journalists should all be fired, Bear opined, for sleeping with their sources.

Crazy Heart sparked his observation and criticism. In the movie, Maggie Gyllenhaal plays a single-mom music writer who interviews an old alcoholic country musician and falls for him. In this interview with Steven Zeitchik of The Roanoke Times, Gyllenhaal addresses sexism, ageism and journalism.

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V.19 No.12 | 3/25/2010
Who are your influences? What’s your sign?

Thin Line

By John Bear

Lady Reporters XXXAs I sat watching Crazy Heart and praying for death, it occurred to me that I don’t particularly care for the way print journalists, particularly of the female variety, are portrayed in movies.

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