Inclusivity Issues Are Prominent in All Industries—Even at Women-Centric Companies

Fashion and beauty brands sometimes make products that don’t consider all hair, skin and body types

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Industries viewed as catering to men have long faced accusations of excluding women. In the past year alone, the esports industry and professional sports leagues have worked to overcome the perception that their advertising and marketing dollars are aimed squarely at men. With women making up 49 percent of Super Bowl LII’s viewership, those questions took on additional significance: Why are we acting as if women aren’t interested?

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