How TV is limiting female equality and promoting gender inequity

09/15/2010 | Bay Citizen (San Francisco), The

A gender bias in TV programming is having a profound impact on a girl's ability to develop personally and professionally in the future, Geena Davis told entertainment and media attendees during a presentation at Pixar Animation Studios, and it's time to end the gender bias. "The more TV a girl watches," Davis said, "the more limited she believes her opportunities will be."

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