From last spring, an item about Disney and 1938.
It shows a letter sent to a woman who had applied or asked about applying for a job as an animator at Disney Studios. The letter is signed by Mary Cleillegible. It says Disney doesn’t hire women as animators, for the cogent reason that Disney doesn’t hire women as animators.
Women do not do any of the creative work in connection with preparing the cartoons for the screen, as that work is performed entirely by young men. For this reason girls are not considered for the training school.
That’s helpful, isn’t it? Women don’t do that work, because that work is done entirely by men. For that reason “girls” are … Read the rest
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