The supermarket dared to draw women on the trucks and paid the price

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Photo: Olivia Harris / Reuters

British supermarket chain was forced to change the instructions on the trucks after numerous complaints about sexism. This was reported by the newspaper The Sun.

Anger women called schematic image on the pen carriage silhouette in your dress. According to them, this supports the stereotype that only women should go for food and to watch the kids. According to the newspaper, the scandal began with a post on Twitter some woman from Manchester, published 10 Feb. Now the post is deleted.

Samantha Rennie (Samantha Rennie), Executive Director of the British Foundation of “Rosa”, created in support of the rights of girls and women, noted that the instructions seem to be “strange”. “It would seem, a trifle, but it reinforces the stereotypical idea that a woman is responsible for purchasing products,” she said.

Matt O’connor (Matt O’connor) of the human rights group “Fathers for justice” stated that the store should immediately “stop gender apartheid”.

However, in social networks, not all agree that the problem is important, and user @Jeremy Corbyn called outraged people “idiots, stealing your oxygen.”

Video, photo All from Russia.



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