Letter: Xpress movie critics lack gender balance

Graphic by Lori Deaton

“I’m the new guy around here …” — Francis X. Friel

Two male film critics joined by a third.

Color me dismayed.

What percentage of movie audiences are women?

What percentage of movie choices are made by women?

What percentage of your readership are women?

— Patricia Darcy

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One thought on “Letter: Xpress movie critics lack gender balance

  1. James L. Smith

    Well, you can console yourself in the supermajorities of female city attorneys, female judges in the courthouse, female NC appellate judges, female law students, female college enrollment, and so on.

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