Lookism. Gendered ageism. Motherism.
What do these isms have in common? Women and their age.
Women encounter these isms at various points during their careers. They experience ageism prior to age 25 when they apply for managerial roles and are considered too young. They experience it during childbearing years when employers may make assumptions about their private family lives. Then, of course, they experience it after their 40s when their appearance changes with age.