Last Tuesday was the 50th anniversary of the American blast off of Apollo 11 that four days later, today, put a man (individual if you’re P.C.) on the moon. So how did the Washington Post, whose motto is “democracy dies in darkness” and considered (by some) to be one of the most influential newspapers in the USA celebrate the initial event? Their tweet sums it up.
The culture that put men on the moon was intense, fun, family-unfriendly, and mostly white and male
Not to be outdone, the following day, the New York Times, which proudly claims“all the news that’s fit to print,” published an essay, “To Make It to the Moon, Women Have to Escape Earth’s Gender Bias.” Keep Reading