Shameful. The war on men takes many forms, including denying them paid employment. Booking.com glorifies denying work to men (who probably have families to support financially) and giving it to women (who probably don’t have families to support financially). An example:
Taking public transport in a foreign country can require extra caution on the part of female travellers. [J4MB: Male travellers are protected by the patriarchy.] But thanks to Women on Wheels (a safe transport solution for women driven by women), it’s easy to get around without worry by booking one of its Sakha cabs in the cities of Jaipur, Kolkata and Delhi. This company trains women from marginalised and resource-poor communities, providing them with the skills to become a self-sustained personal driver or chauffeur. And it has successfully taught close to 700 women since launching. These women also get trained in self-defence and first aid, plus they know all the best places to visit, so you can explore the city like a local and help them create a better future for themselves.
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