By Ines Palmer
Most of us, when we hear the word sexism, think of it merely in its most blatantly obvious form, catcalling being a perfect example of this. Yet it is, arguably, far worse when it appears in a more discreet, accidental manner. The main difference between the two is that one is quite obviously intentional, while the other comes instinctively; proving that it is so deeply ingrained into the whomever you are talking to’s mind that they don’t even think twice about what they’re saying or doing, it just comes so completely naturally. What they see as being completely normal is, in reality, rather insulting.