It has not been a good week for sexism.
Footballer Ada Hegerberg won the inaugural Women's Ballon d'Or award but her triumph was overshadowed by a 'twerking' controversy.
Now, in Iceland, a scandal has broken out in parliament after several ministers were recorded using crude language to describe female colleagues and a disabled activist.
Raw Politics' panel of guests have been discussing both stories — take a look in the video player above.
The main target of the Icelandic ministers' language was disabled ex-MP Freyja Haraldsdottir.
Zara Todd, a friend of Haraldsdottir, who sits on the European Disability Forum committee, told Raw Politics it was "sexism in extreme".
She added the MP was "demoralised" after becoming a news story and that the comments were made in a "public space where anyone could have overheard".
Irish MEP, Marian Harkin, said the incident was horrific especially as Iceland is seen as a champion of women's rights.