Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence has spoken out on the gender pay gap in in a new essay entitled 'Why Do I Make Less Than My Male Co-Stars?' in this week’s Lenny Letter, Lena Dunham’s.
There's no one in Hollywood quite like Jennifer Lawrence. From her no-holds-barred approach to red carpet interviews to her unrivalled ability to prompt hilarious memes at almost every move, the.
Cate Blanchett has come out in support of Jennifer Lawrence's damning essay on the gender pay gap in Hollywood. Penned late last year for Lena Dunham email subscription service Lenny Letter, Lawrence wrote about her anger when she discovered that she had been paid much less than her male costars in American Hustle.
Earlier this week, Jennifer Lawrence wrote an essay for Lenny about the pay gap between the male and female stars of American Hustle. Now fellow actors including Sienna Miller, Emma Watson and.
Last month, Jennifer Lawrence penned a powerful essay, published in Lenny Letter about the gender pay gap in Hollywood, and the backlash she faced for speaking up on the job. “All I hear and see.
And let’s not forget about how race plays into the pay equity debate. The 78-cents-to-the-dollar statistic is only for white women when compared with white men. Black women earn 64 cents, and Hispanic women only 54 cents, to the dollar of white men.
After the Sony email hack revealed that she was paid less than her male American Hustle co-stars, Lawrence addressed Hollywood’s gender pay gap issue in an impassioned essay for Lenny Letter, Lena.
Jennifer Lawrence says she was inspired by her character Katniss in the Hunger Games to write her wage gap essay for Lenny. Jennifer Lawrence grabbed the world's attention recently, not for her.
Jennifer Lawrence at the Oscars in 2014. Source:Getty Images The Hunger Games star wonders if there’s a lingering habit of women afraid to express their opinions in the least offensive way to men.
Jennifer Lawrence found out when we did that she earned significantly less than her American Hustle co-stars Bradley Cooper, Jeremy Renner and Christian Bale, thanks to the Sony hacks last December. She responded to the widespread sexism in Hollywood, writing a perfect essay about the pay gap in Lena Dunham's newsletter, Lenny.