They should also refuse to accept payment if bills have pictures of men on them.
Just to be consistent.
In honor of Women's History Month, we shelved the books written by men backwards. pic.twitter.com/Gt7vFDPv0T
— Harriett Logan (@loganberrybooks) March 2, 2017
A bookshop in Ohio has made a graphic illustration of the position of female writers by leaving only books by women visible to its customers. The change, made to mark women’s history month, has provoked an angry reaction in some quarters, with accusations of sexism and censorship….
A sign in front of the display says: “Illustrating the fiction gender gap … we’ve silenced male authors, leaving works of women in view.” Loganberry is a feminist bookshop that retails new, used and rare books with an emphasis on women’s history and literature. The move is intended to be a conspicuous illustration of the current representation of women in print….