The campaign challenged this sexism by asking Twitter users for insightful, stimulating questions that defy the banal interviews many actors and actresses endure during awards season.
Interviews on the red carpet usually consist of stereotypically gendered questions such as, ‘Where is your dress from?”, “who did your make-up?” or requests for a "twirl".
Instead, questions ranged from “how to do you think the film industry could better portray the lives of women?” to "tell me about a time your were faced with insurmountable odds, yet persevered to overcome?"
Questions were also asked by actresses such as Rowan Blanchard, the 13-year-old Disney star who recently responded to a question about white feminism with an engaging essay exploring intersectional feminism.
Cate Blanchett famously called out sexism at the 2014 Golden Globes when she spotted a camera scanning from the bottom of her dress to the top to show her full outfit and make-up by leaning in and asking: “Do you do that to the guys?"
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