Sexualisation in the media


While sexism still exists in the media industry, things are slowly changing as awareness about gender stereotypes increases in society. Photo: Pixabay

Though sexism still prevails in the media industry, there are an increasing number of industry players who are trying to steer things in another direction and give women the dignity and respect they deserve.

Marketing agency Gushcloud Singapore’s co-founder and group CEO Althea Lim truly believes that things are changing, albeit slowly.

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