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Pixar's Sexist Boys Club

2018-06-28 17:06:23.315797+00 by Dan Lyke 0 comments

I have actually pulled up the "new entry" page for this a couple of times, and then closed it, and... what's tipped it over for me is the discussion in a group for current and former Pixar folks, and how much "this rings true" and "wow, I'm so sorry I didn't see this dynamic for what it was at the time and find a way to intervene" there is in that thread.

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