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The three-time Oscar winning actress says she still experiences sexism "at the level I've achieved, which is insane." She finds men of all ages—not just those who are the same age as Weinstein and the other accused men who have abused their power to harass women—at the root of the issue of sexism in the workplace, and while part of the entertainment industry is changing, it is moving at a glacial pace.The end goal of hiring more women at the top of the chain would be to make it an even amount of women and men at the decision making level, "because everything filters down from there," said Streep.So everybody has to stay alert and awake, and fight against it," said the actress on the panel.The higher up the ranks you look, the fewer women there are employed or in power.
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from the Senate to the Supreme Court."Streep opined that while there are more employment opportunities for women now than there were in the 1960s and 1970s, there are still not enough women at the executive level of studios, agencies and other areas of Hollywood.
Even in the news media, there are few women working at the top to make executive decisions, as Streep recalled an anecdote regarding the late Nora Ephron, who interviewed to be a reporter at but was turned away from the position for being a woman.
In the interview, which resurfaced following the recent sexual harassment allegations against Hoffman, Streep recounted her first meeting with her “Kramer vs. “He came up to me and said, ‘I’m Dustin — burp — Hoffman,’ and he put his hand on my breast,” Streep said in the interview as reported by Slate.
“What an obnoxious pig, I thought.” However, Streep’s representative told E!