Our thanks to Jeff for this. Being a BBC article, we should not be surprised at this piece of propaganda:
But most people have assumed the other shoe may have borne a word to send a message to a real-world patriarchy in Hollywood and beyond. [J4MB emphasis]
Moss also said there’s “still a lot of work to be done”, adding: “There are still meetings you walk into and you wonder if they say ‘no’ because it’s a show or film led by a woman.”
The bottom line for Moss and other idiotic feminists? Every rejection of a woman’s work is a manifestation of sexism, because women’s shows and films are always of the highest quality. Unlike men, women are incapable of producing poor work.
Then a sentence of interest only to female readers of the piece:
Moss paired the customised Olgana Paris heels with a pale pink Prabal Gurung gown.