The New Orleans Times-Picayune says women are “toxic” to the paper’s brand, while the New York Post says the Washington Post is “totally toxic” to women.
In an opinion piece for The Washington Times, former National Security Advisor Susan Rice argues the newspaper is “just as toxic to women as to men” as other media outlets, including The New Republic.
She goes on to claim the newspaper “was founded by women” and claims that women “deserve the same protection as men.”
The Washington Examiner says Rice “says the Times-picayune is a toxic paper” and is “part of the problem.”
In an interview with ABC News, Rice says the New Yorker is “the quintessential liberal paper.”
In her op-ed for the Times, Rice writes that “the New Yorker, which I was part of from 1981 to ’92, is still a liberal paper, and its editorial team is as liberal as anyone in the country.
This is not a criticism of its writers, editors, or writers’ assistants, but of its editors, reporters, editors’ assistants.
Its editorial staff is a liberal institution.”
Rice says she left The NewYorkTimes.com because it has become “truly toxic” and that “it has become a cesspool of hatred and sexism and racism and bigotry and bigotry.”
She then calls The New Jersey Times “a cesspool, too, of sexism, racism and racism.”
She says that the Times has been “part and parcel of the toxic atmosphere that has been created around women and gender.”
She also says that “liberal women are not only incapable of dealing with a toxic environment, but have been systematically marginalized by it.”
In another interview with The New England Journal of Medicine, Rice said she’s “not sure” whether she will be leaving The New Yorkers newspaper because “they’ve been a toxic, misogynistic place” for decades.