From Bridget Liszewski of The TV Junkies:
Link: Women Behind Canadian TV: Karen Walton
“All of my experience has been in male-dominated rooms, with two exceptions: Straight Up, and Suzette Couture’s The City. Some were awesome experiences, some were not. In hindsight, I dealt with the inherent challenges of the Not Awesome poorly. The key to any success was to ‘be cool’, be ‘pleasant to work with’, be ‘one of the boys’; I usually did that well. I did not realize I was fulfilling some fucked-up fantasies on that front, in certain situations.” Continue reading.
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