(Maya Rhodan’s article appeared in Times, 10/13, via Pam Green.)
"Could there still be a lingering habit of trying to express our opinions in a certain way that doesn't 'offend' or 'scare' men?"
Jennifer Lawrence is an actor beloved for her blunt style and no-nonsense antics. And in Tuesday’s Lenny Letter, a new feminist newsletter produced by the women behind the hit HBO series Girls, Lawrence addressed the gender pay gap while acknowledging that her experiences with pay are a bit different than the average working woman’s.
Lawrence says when she discovered her pay was less than her male counterparts during last year’s hack on Sony emails, she wasn’t angry at the media giant, she was angry at herself.
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