Fluke calls on Hollywood to help girls "imagine" what's possible

12/6/2012 | Hollywood Reporter, The

Sandra Fluke, during her keynote address at The Hollywood Reporter's 21st annual Women in Entertainment breakfast, discussed the importance of young girls and boys seeing females in strong leadership roles both in the media and out. Young girls and boys "must grow up seeing equal representations of girls and boys in media so that they don't regard those as girly shows, but more importantly, so that they too can imagine women being the leaders of the future and the next generation," Fluke said.

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