She is not the first actress to call interviewers out about the sexist red carpet questions. Cate Blanchett started Witherspoon’s campaign, asking her interviewer whether men are asked the same “who are you wearing” questions. This was at the SAG Awards just weeks earlier.
, which launched in February 2014 thanks to actress Jennifer Siebel Newsom, was created to point out the underrepresentation of women in positions of power and influence. When it comes to Hollywood, actresses have been subjected to red carpet questions about their fashion and fitness regimen, rather than the work they’re being celebrated for.
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Golden Globes host Amy Peohler’s bid to bin soft lines of red carpet questioning by issuing a Twitter edict direct to interviewers urging them to pose more thoughtful questions to screen stars went unheeded by E! interviewers Giuliana Rancic and Ryan Seacrest.