If you need explained to you why that qualifies as sexism, you're at the wrong blog. I will, however, take a moment to congratulate the Post on their embrace of the old-skool "Man and Wife" construction, which has long since been replaced among most enlightened people with "Husband and Wife." Anyone who suggests they did it purely for practical reasons re: page layout (while naturally ignoring that design convenience is not a justifiable rationale for sexism) is gonna get clocked with a teaspoon. Fair warning.
I'm getting grumpy about being the go-to grrl for this shit. I'd like to write about something else, but I fear if I don't keep going, it won't get written about at all. Sigh.
(H/T to Shaker Anna Overseas for the WSJ article and Zuzu and Shaker Andy for the NYP cover.)
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