“Frozen” just became the first movie directed by a woman to break 1$ billion in worldwide ticket sales. Jennifer Lee, who is one of the directors of “Frozen”, wrote an awesome piece in the Los Angeles Times about her experiences.
Why is it that the most frequent question she has been asked is in regards to being a woman? To me, that’s infuriating. Isn’t there something more pressing to talk about than her gender? What about her political views, or her directing skills, maybe even her interests or hobbies?
Let’s focus NOT on Jennifer Lee’s womanhood (although very important), but instead on her accomplishments and strength.
You go Glen Coco, you go.