So I guess I just ranted and didn't really answer the question. Sorry about that.
The step Toy isn't taking is that she'll aknowledge that there's an imbalance there, but seemingly is not so interested in whether or not this should have any effect on how she acts.
Toybox thinks, well everyone should just see this imbalance and stop doing these imbalanced things. I don't want to try and tip the scale the way of the oppressed, because two wrongs don't make a right.
Now, I don't like that way of thinking. I think you need a very high level of awareness to reach that amount of clarity on the issues facing women in just one field, and you're never going to reach a point where society is so collectively aware, that these issues dissappear. The be aware and don't tip the scales approach, basically upholds the status quo. And since I don't consider the status quo fair, I think we should try and think of other solutions.>>334237
I mean if everyone treated women equally this would certainly lead to as many female directors as male directors. I think.
But I mean more like, if the woke portions of the population are content with not advocating for social change in favor of women at all, and the non-woke (sorry for the terminology) continue as normal, and the industry remains founded by men, who we agree are not woke to women's issues, then the status quo is perpetuated regardless of how impartial you and I consider ourselves.
So that's a clarification.
I think you're thinking of the difference between egalitarianism and equality?