Quote Of The Day: Rose McGowan’s Seven Tips For Achieving Gender Equality (In Film)

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Excerpts from Rose McGowan’s speech to the “Sisterhood of Traveling Producers”:

“Just because a writer or director “succeeded” at something before doesn’t mean they should do it again.

If you know certain directors (men) behave reprehensibly, fight against their hire and offer up alternatives. BE BOLD. If someone is a known dickhead, stop their hire. If they are misogynists, stop their hire. These are not the people we need to reward. Stand up and stop perpetuating the cycle. We are responsible. Stop protecting evil. We didn’t join the Mafia when we joined this business. We owe no one our vow of silence.

Suggest traditional men’s roles be turned into ones for women. It will instantly make your work more layered. Anyone from the lead to the sidekick to a character with one line — turn them into women. It is imperative that we start seeing women on film in other roles…

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Quote Of The Day: Rose McGowan’s Seven Tips For Achieving Gender Equality (In Film)

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