I certainly have not seen the process through inception, but it seems like a lot of regulatory normalization involves raising protections or price-setting across the board while destroying environmental law from the outset. And yes, the empowering of corporations to control and make profit at the expense of people, countries, and the world certainly increases with the lobbying and the fact that some companies and industry groups get a seat at the table as stakeholders, none of this has any apparent positive effect on the total cost of trade by removal of tariffs (the theoretical point of the whole thing).
Maybe they were trade deals, once. But i am not overly convinced. Maybe it is a matter of perception.
True, this, among many other things normative to genders in reporting, and everywhere else, as we are yet instilled and even inculcated with this culturally.
It's possibly true that the reporter's intent was to show the extreme frustration in the situation and would report on men equally, but all too often this is not the case, and we can word things more carefully when it is. Particularly in a communications field.
Yes, it is an hilariously poor attempt at wording when the claim is for separation. It kind of leaps out and bites your nose as a mix of incompetence / phoning it in, a sort of fk you, and a have-my-cake-and-eat-it-too mentality.