The relationship between women and weed has always been an interesting one. Within the industry, there has long been the image of the "Bong Babe"—a. Sexualizing women isn't anything new, and using sex to sell whether a product or a basketball player naked dicks isn't particularly scandalizing anymore.
However, in an industry where women are fighting to be taken seriously, do sites like Naked Weed Report help or hurt? As long as there has been marijuana and a way to consume it, women have been there, growing it, preparing it, cooking it, or smoking it.
Their presence was not necessarily acknowledged in a serious way on weed larger scale like men have. The stereotype of the hot stoner girl was only perpetuated from early industry leaders with contests that were and are still held, akin to Miss Universe but with way more skin! I'm still waiting for the contest with the scantily clad men. Women are, of course, no strangers to having to work against stereotype in order to come up in an industry.
And that's exactly what they've been doing in the cannabis industry. Women are starting to ascendtaking on executive roles at a higher rate than in U. Their leadership roles women the industry continue to grow at a fast pace. And yet, as women begin to be taken seriously, there are still those who continue to push the stereotypical image of ladies, sex, and pot. With the website Naked Weed Report women strip while reading cannabis-related news stories.
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