We’re little over a week into the new year, and the Daily Mail have already managed to spark a bit of controversy, by tweeting, quite simply, the idea ‘who cares what women are saying, so long as they look good’.

No, seriously.

The images (unsurprisingly) are cropped in such a way that we are subject to the actress’s chest over her face.

The tweet was picked up by the campaign group Everyday Sexism, a blog dedicated to highlighting (it’s in the name really) sexism presented to women every day.

Exeter University professor Lauren Kay-Lambert, tweeted:


The tweet has been deleted since then however, implying the folks over at the DM may have a slight inclination of when they’ve done wrong. If only they had foresight as well as hindsight.


This sums it up better than I ever could.