It’s demeaning, it’s sad.
"The situation was scary and demeaning.
What a terrible and demeaning prospect.
“It’s confusing and demeaning to the art.”
I think it's demeaning and I think it's horrible.
The slightly demeaning offer helped push up bids for the auction lot at the Conservatives’ controversial summer ball to £160,000.
Life in the inchoate camp was a series of small but demeaning privations: there was no food to cook and no place to wash clothes.
We have no intention of demeaning or mocking, nor do we think the drawing does," Nybroe responded in Danish in a Jyllands-Posten article Tuesday.
At the headquarters of the state-funded Voice of America (VOA) station on Monday, he berated its journalists for being insufficiently patriotic, even “demeaning America”.
An employee at L Brands presented the human resources department with a document that listed more than a dozen accusations against Razek, which included inappropriate touching of women and making "demeaning" comments.
He also complained that one of the officials warned senators against publicly debating the administration’s actions because it would embolden the enemy, calling that “insulting and demeaning” to the Senate and the Constitution.
Blackface performances in the United States, which have roots in minstrel shows of the early 1800s and became especially widespread during the early 20th century, have persisted despite criticism that they amplify hurtful, demeaning and racist stereotypes.
"It was just crass guy talk, which isn't appropriate and I guess people would be made to feel uncomfortable," another former employee said, adding that she never felt harassed by Mike Bloomberg and that his comments struck her as more goofy than demeaning.
Dushku sought to address conduct she found demeaning, why she believed she faced retaliation and how a top CBS lawyer tried to undermine her claims with what investigators described as an “antiquated” view of how a woman should comport herself in the workplace.
WASHINGTON — President Trump referred to the pornographic film actress Stephanie Clifford as “Horseface” in a tweet on Tuesday, adding her to a long list of women he has attacked by demeaning their looks, mocking their bodily functions or comparing them to animals.
The photos have caused outrage among human rights groups who have pointed out that as well as being "humiliating and demeaning" to the prisoners, they show that social-distancing measures to combat the spread of coronavirus are being flaunted in El Salvador's prisons.
She added that while she didn't want to make herself the subject of her reporting or portray herself as a victim, she hoped that writing about her experience would make male legislators "think twice" before making demeaning comments to female reporters and colleagues.
Nor did it change the fact that the new market for slaves turned them from the prized human possessions they had historically been into mere beasts of burden, whose mistreatment was justified by a racist literature demeaning them as incapable of a white person’s “feelings”.
"While claiming to bat for outsiders entering Bollywood, Ranaut makes demeaning, even outright misogynistic comments about outsiders who oppose her ideologically, and it has become painfully clear that her commitment is not to the cause but to her image as its number one ambassador."
"Another Fake Book by two third rate Washington Post reporters, has already proven to be inaccurately reported, to their great embarrassment, all for the purpose of demeaning and belittling a President who is getting great things done for our Country," Trump said in a tweet on Saturday.