Prune Nourry - installation - Terracotta Daughters - French artist Prune Nourry decided to document China’s missing daughters – the millions of girls never born due to the country’s gender discrimination – she needed an instantly recognisable symbol. She hit upon a national treasure: the Terracotta Warriors.
Historian Iris Chang's Death - compare with this Quora reply on Chang's possible murder: https://www.quora.com/Can-you-please-share-your-experience-of-being-discriminated-based-on-ethnicity-sexual-orientation-gender-or-social-standing/answer/Vince-Parker
Kim O'Grady had a lot of trouble finding a job until he made one small change to his resume -- adding "Mr." in front of his name. In a Tumblr post titled "How I Discovered Gender Discrimination," O'Grady shared his story of jo...
(4 of 6) Cultural Appropriation: A Photographic Journey to Explain Why You Should Wash Off the Warpaint and Put Down the Headdress. Pick your Pocahontas. To clear something up: you wearing a headdress, a feather & warpaint, a sexy Pocahontas costume is like someone wearing blackface; not like a native person wearing jeans. [click on this image for a video and brief analysis of cultural representation as a practice of domination]