In the press release, spokesperson Jacky Brown (sex not specified) is quoted as saying:
Our research shows that Britain's car industry is not meeting the needs of the modern-day female driver. It's stuck in the dark ages and is missing out by not grasping the female market with both hands.
This press release is referring to sexist car salesmen - but the way it is written, most men will only think of one thing. The woman who wrote this has probably been at the end of quite a few sexist remarks for a reason.
So is Jacky Brown's use of language deliberate or accidental? Appropriate or unfortunate? What do you think?
Original press release