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No More Sexism

Editors:

I am not sure what Leo Dobb's article "Nightclub Set to Add White Russians to

Drinks Menu" (Phnom Penh Post Aug. 27) was doing in a newspaper. Calling expatriates

"adventurers" for having sex with poor women is as journalistically irresponsible

as his moral editorializing at the conclusion of the "article".

I think you should take a serious look at the way women are represented-or not represented-in

the Phnom Penh Post. Did Mang Channo in his Roving Reporter piece (which quoted and

photographed six men) not think at least one woman's opinion was significant?

- Jessica Greene (an offended visiting photojournalist), New York,

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