I follow LineHollis on Twitter. She rules, and that's a great image. Just to clarify above, I wasn't attempting to say that people shouldn't be calling it out, absolutely they should. But I think acting like this is some kind of sinister plot by Sony, and Sony should be actively punished for it, is indeed missing the point. It's not one of the egregious examples of sexism this industry has to offer, and at worst, it's really just a very strong underscore of an existing problem. Using it as such is good. edit: I do hope my original post didn't come across as any of those highlighted statements in her image. I think it's a very real example of sexism while *also* just happening to be because it was the people who hold those positions who were on stage. But the reason that is a thing is because of the sexism and gender imbalance which is rampant in workplaces.