Bible-Thumping ‘Christian’ Male Tells Female Airline Captain That Women Belong In The Kitchen
A Westjet pilot received a shockingly sexist note from a passenger who does not believe that women belong in the cockpit of an airliner.
America has seen more than its fair share of sexism over the last few years. Unfortunately, most of it has come from GOP politicians and members of the Christian right-wing. And it’s only getting worse. But rampant sexism from so-called “men of God” isn’t just a plague confined to the US landscape. Many sexist pigs live in Canada and one apparently has a problem with women being pilots.
Carey Steacy is a captain for WestJet, a Canadian airline. Upon takeoff on Sunday, she had no idea that one man had objections to her being in the cockpit of the plane. But after landing in Victoria, she was floored that such feelings still existed in the modern day world. A passenger named David left a neanderthal sounding message scribbled on a napkin, which the crew found while cleaning the aircraft.
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The talented and brilliant actor Jesse Williams had some really important things to say about the Michael Dunn trial for the latter’s cold-blooded murder of teen Jordan Davis and attempted murder of the other people in that car. Speaking out isn’t new for Jesse since he does work to create equal…
"…we cannot forget that this racist violence impacts Black women as well; whether as victims too (clearly; i.e. Aiyanna Jones, Rekia Boyd) or as mothers/family members of Black boys and Black men murdered."