" One was radically better than the other. But the other had a "build" the male network president found "sexier."
Ceea ce spuneam: unele au spus totusi si NU la vremea respectiva si nu acum cand faima le creste cu scandalul si cu statutul de "victima"
Hm, din același articol:
”And these examples are minutia in this culture we work in, in this most liberal of towns. Every woman I know, every female colleague I have, has stories like these and worse. And we work within this culture so that we can amass some power so that we can have a voice. And those who don't do that — those who shout and scream "this is not OK" when they feel threatened or belittled (those women who DID speak out against Harvey BEFORE the New York Times piece) — they largely live on the fringes of this town. They don't get the power. They don't get the platform that the mainstream provides. Which is why it's particularly rattling when people point fingers at the powerful women who are now using their voices. "She's just trying to get her name in the headlines, jumping on the bandwagon" is misogyny at work because it ignores what these powerful women survived in order to get that power.”