The SAG Award-winning actress and writer went off on Twitter about being asked sexist questions during interviews, name-checking her male cohorts who are never asked if they feel they can't do their jobs well.
Reporters ask ders/Blake/Adam, rob/Charlie/Glenn, Louie If they get overwhelmed by acting & writing & if they ever doubt themselves, right?— Mindy Kaling (@mindykaling) June 5, 2015
And Twitter agreed.
@mindykaling of course cause the world is fair and feminist— Jess Knackstedt (@thatgirljess) June 5, 2015
@mindykaling Sadly, I doubt it. Misogyny is alive and well.— GG (@tainted_silver_) June 5, 2015
@mindykaling they also probably get asked about their beauty regimens, etc.— Katie MacBride (@msmacb) June 5, 2015
@mindykaling i bet they get asked about their dating lives too— lea (@mcflylea) June 5, 2015
@mindykaling what about their opinions on fashion and work/life balance? The world needs to know...except not really.— Jamie (@mieha_) June 5, 2015
@mindykaling *insert Madonna's what it feels like for a girl— Hodan (@Hodanvii) June 5, 2015
.@mindykaling No because they are afraid of making them cry.— Megan Cossey (@Megan_Cossey) June 5, 2015
@mindykaling just like they ask older male politicians how being a grandfather could distract them from their jobs.— M. K. West (@mmmkwest) June 5, 2015
@mindykaling Girl, how do you balance writing AND acting AND getting bikini waxes???? You must be filled with self-doubt!— Louise Schwarz (@LouiseSchwarz1) June 5, 2015
@mindykaling Laughing at salads in soft lighting is what we are best at. No more, no less.— Julie P (@djladygarden) June 5, 2015
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