Squawking, screeching, griping, squealing — when it comes to wage gap despair, we’ve heard it all from feminist cow pies. Interestingly enough, they seem to have overlooked one discrepancy in particular. There’s a glaring gender pay gap among female and male models in the fashion industry, and it’s one that doesn’t exactly scream patriarchy. Here’s looking at you, ladies!
There has been little said about the state of pay within the fashion industry. A new study, however, has shed some light on the situation – and women come out on top.
Reportedly earning around 75% more than their male counterparts, women make up 9 of the top 10 highest earning models in British fashion.
Fourth place went to the first, and only, male model on the list. David Gandy reportedly makes £4 million.
Uh oh. Looks like the modeling matriarchy is out to oppress all disenfranchised men. Alert the inequality authorities!
This isn’t the only gender gap feminists have put on the back burner. Read What ‘Patriarchy’? Yahoo CEO Sued for Discrimination. Against MALE Employees and WAGE GAP? Female CEOs Make More Than Male CEOs. Waaaay More…
There’s also plenty of other areas where women get better treatment than men. Beyond just earnings (see Paging All Feminists! Huge ‘Gender Gap’… Found in Car Insurance Premiums). Yet feminism doesn’t acknowledge such instances. These cacophonous crybabies go silent whenever the story doesn’t fit into their size 16 narrative.
We’ve seen actual discrimination against men. Thanks to leftist policies, certain companies hire women before men in order to fill diversity quotas. If men were to take a page out of feminism’s book, they could start a campaign insisting women are out to get them. Stopping them from succeeding in the feminine industries and whatnot. It may even be warranted. Yet there’s no globally recognized “man power” organization that holds more clout than feminism. We don’t see protests raising awareness for the massive rape epidemic men face, or the jobs men take that women have zero interest in working, or the terrible conditions men have historically suffered during war. Interesting.