Cartoon tags: Walmart, Wal-Mart, Dukes v. Walmart, sex discrimination, gender, sexism, lawsuit, class action, law, Supreme Court, Antonin Scalia, work, corporations, labor, glass ceiling, corporatist, jobs, misogyny, women, feminism, equality, inequality, Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Welcome to BALL-MART The conservative majority on the Supreme Court just killed a class-action lawsuit against Wal-Mart despite overwhelming evidence of sex discrimination. Antonin Scalia: "The company has a written policy against discrimination, so it can't be sued. Duh!(Actual resoning) Ruth Bader Ginsburg: "Um..."
Clearly we should only concern ourselves with companies that have officially gone on the record with their sexism. Recruitment video: "At Galactabank, we're proud to be an Unequal Opportunity Employer! Bros before hos, as we like to say!"
But short of that, what would it take for Scalia to see a problem? Shown: door to Ball-Mart Executive Boardroom with sign saying "Bitches Keep Out" and "Under My Thumb" playing within. Scalia: "Seems fine to me!"
Perhaps if glass ceilings were tinted? Woman hitting head (BONK): "See? It's really there!" Scalia: "Hmm... no, I still don't see it."