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There are 3 comments on Women and Gender Bias in Post-#MeToo Hollywood

  1. Given the issues that currently dominate the headlines, perhaps if BU had a more diverse set of women in Hollywood, it would have more traction.

  2. It’s no secret that there’s also a racial parity issue in media. The Crazy Rich Asians movie has been all the rage. As an Asian, I’m thrilled. But why do I see Henry Golding everywhere, but no more exposure for Constance Wu and only some added exposure for Awkwafina? I love that an Asian man is now considered a leading man, don’t get me wrong. But there’s a lot to do on both the gender and racial front.

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