Tabloid Headlines If They Weren't Sexist
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It's common knowledge that trashy tabloid newspapers and blogs love a sexist headline, focussing on female celebrities' clothing, make-up, hair, and weight rather than their professional or social achievements. Fed up with this, Vagenda Magazine asked their Twitter followers to re-write these headlines and send in the "normalised" versions, turning terribly demeaning article titles such as "Make-up free Jennifer Garner hides her enviable figure under dowdy slacks and shirt during coffee run in Los Angeles" into "Woman goes to get coffee. Doesn't consider it a priority that her outfit make her look look sexually appealing for this task." Take a look at more below.

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