EE: Think feminine

EE, a mobile network, partnered with HateLab to create a shirt design for every player based on the online hate they'd received to inspire men to help tackle misogyny and mark the Women's Euros in the UK.


Any self respecting woman will tell you there's nothing more exasperating than some hot shot telling you how to solve a problem impacting women in modern Britain.

We don't just deal with threats to our personal safety; the gender pay gap; the lack of attention to our needs at every level of society. The burden of fixing these problems has plopped into our laps, too.

Or, worse — we're told to adapt. Dress differently. Don't travel alone at night. Get better at asking for money.

Engaged leftists will know about the growing calls for allyship: for men to step...

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