Zellweger's face made headlines again when Variety film critic Owen Gleiberman penned a June 30 review (of Bridget Jones's Baby 's trailer, mind you, not the movie) titled, "Renee Zellweger: If She No Longer Looks Like Herself, Has She Become a Different Actress?" The piece, largely eviscerated for its sexism, touched off a firestorm online and off-, inspiring actress Rose McGowan to lash out against Gleiberman ("vile, damaging, stupid and cruel") in an essay for . Ultimately, Zellweger responded with a column of her own for The Huffington Post . "Not that it's anyone's business," she wrote, "but I did not make a decision to alter my face and have surgery on my eyes."
In terms of employment as well as promotion in work and occupation, women often face greater handicap than men. A country like Japan may be quite egalitarian in matters of demography or basic facilities, and even, to a great extent, in higher education, and yet progress to elevated levels of employment and occupation seems to be much more problematic for women than for men. In many societies the ownership of property can also be very unequal. Even basic assets such as homes and land may be very asymmetrically shared. The absence of claims to property can not only reduce