Ginger Rogers didn't toe the line. She danced to her own tune to advance women in Hollywood
for generations to come. Her message is on point today. What should women in Hollywood do
to earn respect and equal pay and roles?
Either Min was coming off a serious bender when she wrote her piece in the Times, or she's playing us all for fools. Min has not, as the Amazon description claims, set "out to debunk some of Hollywood's biggest mommy myths."
While a story about a drug-addicted man is likely to focus on or even celebrate his expected return, coverage of female celebs is more likely to focus on her (self-inflicted) demise and act as "cautionary tales."