The Washington Post is considered a bastion of good journalism, and one would think the same standards apply to their free daily, the Express. And yet today, it embarrassed itself with a cover story on the Women’s March on Washington featuring the male symbol.The Daily Dot has reached out to Express for comment and will update if we get a response, but it’s hard to imagine just how many editors it went through with no one noticing it was the wrong symbol. Then again, I stared at it for a while without noticing anything was wrong, maybe because there was so much pink. Either way, Express removed the cover from Twitter and posted an apology. Naturally, they’re getting roasted pretty hard. While we're unsure of the gender makeup of the Washington Post's art department, in 2014 they were close to having an all-male masthead. Better luck next time, folks.
Can you tell what's wrong with this image?
Here's the deal with the Women's March on Washington, according to the park service
There’s been a lot of confusion around the “Women’s March on Washington,” a demonstration planned for Jan. 21, the day after the inauguration, and an event in which almost 140,000 people have said they're attending, according to Facebook. From the beginning of planning, the question of whether the march would have the permits to gather loomed, and participants were further worried yesterday when it was reported that permits to use the Lincoln Memorial were denied because o...
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