Let's play a game called "Is This Sexist?" I'll show you an image and you tell me if it feels inherently sexist.
Answer: Not! This is a great representation of women in Hollywood.
If you also happen to do a quick search for the words "women," "female," or "diversity," you get zero results. But within the story, you do get quotes like this "Our competitors like to say we're old and we're out of touch and we're not nimble. That is such an antiquated statement; it's so five years ago" which makes me eye-roll to no end. And please don't get me started on the actual content of the piece. Here's an excerpt: "By the time I join Zucker in his modest office, Jake Tapper and Wolf Blitzer are offering a recap from the anchor desk in Washington. We watch it on the largest of the 11 screens mounted on the wall opposite Zucker's desk." A "modest desk" with "11 screens mounted on the wall" is laughably ironic. What a truly modest guy!
The fact that the lengthy profile is written by a female journalist is also just the cherry on top.
I'll let the internet polish off this glaringly sexist moment (brought to us by THR and CNN) with a few inquisitive and sarcastic tweets while I patiently wait for an inclusive, diverse cover which accurately and wholly represents the real future of media.