There's a kernel of a good idea in this article looking at comics industry and comics culture sexism through the eyes of various married couples where both of the folks in the question work in the industry to some capacity. There would have to be some unique sensitivities and perspectives there. It seems like the article basically visits the neighborhood and points at a few buildings rather than gets into much of anything, though. Still, it's good to talk about this issue in as many ways as is possible to talk about it. And then talk about it some more.