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This what Bound 2 allegedly would have sounded like before Rick Rubin got his hands on Yeezus.
3 percent of the decision-making in media comes from women. That means 97 percent of how women are portrayed is decided on by men.
Independent Lens, PBS
“Wonder Women! The Untold Story of American Superheroines” (via ihopeyoucontinue4ever)
It also means that 97 percent of how men are portrayed in media are decided on by men. Something to remind MRAs and their ilk of when they complain about the stereotype of men as inept slobs, bad fathers, etc in media and advertising.
Men have the power. So when we men are shat on by the powers that be you don’t get to try and blame women for that.
What? Not saying this isn’t true, but what does ‘decision making’ even mean? I work for a very large and popular/successful media company, and the majority of the decisions are made by women here, and they occupy many of the highest positions as well. At some point it really doesn’t matter what you are, some of my bosses are men, some are women, they are all pretty mediocre leaders. It’s true that the very highest like 3 or 4 people are all men, but they don’t make ANY day-to-day decisions, especially when it comes content, most likely because they’re too busy counting their millions.