I've had this idea for a while now. It pops in my head whenever I see an interview with a female author/politician/campaigner/artist etc. in a broadsheet weekend supplement. It's infuriating.
I chose to do it this week after seeing fellow comic artist Isabel Greenberg interviewed in The Metro. It was a wonderful piece of exposure for Isabel and her work, and a great sign for UK comics in general. But the condescending and surprisingly sexist way in which it was presented was saddening. Luckily, Isabel herself comes across very well. But can we all stop this obvious, patronising presentation of female interviewees now please?