Mila Kunis Says She Is ‘Done’ With Sexism in… by EntertainmentTonight
Actress Mila Kunis has revived the level headed discussion about sexism in Hollywood in the wake of uncovering that a film maker debilitated to end her profession after she declined to stance half-bare for a men’s magazine.
The Hollywood star said the anonymous maker advised her “You’ll never work in this town again” when she declined to partake in the special photograph shoot for a motion picture.
In an open letter distributed on A Plus, a site helped to establish by her better half Ashton Kutcher, Kunis said she was “furious” and felt “generalized” after the episode and voiced worries about sex disparity in the work environment.
She composed: “All through my vocation, there have been minutes when I have been offended, sidelined, paid less, inventively disregarded, and generally lessened in view of my gender.