One thing that has largely been missing from the #metoo discussion so far has been what documentary filmmaking legend Sheila Nevins calls "above the neck harassment". It's not the worst kind of harassment, but it's pernicious and it's undocumented, hidden. In The New York Times, it was described as "the moments when you get demoralised as a woman in a room when you feel that you are circumvented and that you are not seen or heard, and the boss only thinks it's a good idea if a guy presents it".
OPINION: One thing that has largely been missing from the #MeToo discussion so far has been what documentary film-making legend Sheila Nevins calls "above the neck harassment". It's not the worst kind of harassment, but it's pernicious and it's undocumented, hidden.
A century ago, gaslight was not a technique used by jerks but a revolution that allowed people to gather in the streets at night. Incandescent lighting enabled the first formally recognised New Year's Eve in Australia in 1896. It quickly became a ritual, a night of bonfires, rockets, "larrikinism", obscenities and sexual harassment. (In 1908, reporters said they were so shocked by what they saw male "revellers" do to women that they could not bring themselves to put it in print).
After a long conversation with WIRES, discover brush turkeys are born with marks that look like puncture wounds on the head. Yesterday, a snake, today we shoo out a bandicoot, smoke out a wasp nest and rescue a baby brush turkey. It's like a jungle. #sydneysummerhttps://t.co/av4PZf60t6
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