LATEST NEWS The week in pictures 7-11 August 1 min LATEST NEWS The week in pictures 7-11 August 1 min Women reject Uber's CEO role, the media's weird obsession with princesses and the V&A apologises for asking a woman to stop breastfeeding Added on 12.08.17 By Kuba Shand-Baptiste on 12.08.17 Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest Email LinkedIn Women reject Uber's CEO role, the media's weird obsession with princesses and the V&A apologises for asking a woman to stop breastfeeding By Kuba Shand-Baptiste on 12.08.17 David Cameron was unwittingly snapped — fag and wine glass in hand — embracing a glitter-clad Corbynite at Wilderness Festival. Is this another sign that the Tories can't compete with Corbyn, asked Gaby Hinsliff. Casual online humour about a woman being killed by her husband with a hammer proves how ingrained misogyny is, said Marisa Bates. Stacey Solomon celebrated "saggy boobs" in a motivational Instagram video that has positioned her as a champion of body positivity. It's no wonder no one's jumping at the chance to become Uber's first female CEO. Uber needs to examine its sexist company culture first, said Harriet Minter. The V&A apologised for asking a woman to cover up for breastfeeding. She said the request was “intrusive, unpleasant and embarrassing”. AFRIpads is attempting to eradicate period poverty among schoolgirls in Uganda with their reusable sanitary pads. Emily Baker spoke to AFRIpads co-founder, Sophia Grinvalds. An 18-person Northumberland sex gang has been convicted for the abuse of some 278 girls between the ages of 13-25. Director of public prosecutions Alison Saunders has called for rapists' past behaviour to be brought into consideration during sexual-assault and rape trials. Lane Bryant lauched a line of skinny jeans for plus-size women with their genuinely refreshing #TheNewSkinny campaign. They're "proving that skinny jeans are for everyone, no matter your size", said Emily Baker. The media can't get enough of obsessing over princesses. Marisa Bates thought it was time they stopped using these figures to perpetuate archaic gender roles. A number of Clinical Commissioning Groups have restricted IVF to 30- to 35-year-olds. The move defies national NICE guidelines, which recommend IVF for women up to the age of 42. A law intended to protect menstruating women from exile in Nepal was passed earlier this week. Those who continue to exile women could face jail time or a fine of 3,000 Nepalese rupees.