The New York Times

This is another piece about Weinstien but also discusses the broader treatment of women in the film industry. This sentiment especially jumped out to me, the idea of meritocracy where the tests of merit are selectively applied. “Women in technical jobs were almost nonexistent, and when they were there, they were constantly being tested to see if they really knew what they were doing.”
The New York Times

From The New York Times Opinion Section: “The publicist looked at me and said: ‘I’m going in with you. And I’m not leaving your side.’ I knew everything I needed to know in that moment, and I was grateful. When I got there, Harvey Weinstein wasted no time.”

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