Ava DuVernay had one response to someone who called her discriminatory https://t.co/ivG0TwYuVA— VANITY FAIR (@VanityFair) May 4, 2018
- DuVernay was honoured at the 30th annual GLORIA Awards
- In her speech she said that a "friend" from the Director's Guild of America had once contacted her about her show Queen Sugar
- DuVernay has always made it clear that she will only hire directors who are women for Queen Sugar
- DuVernay's "friend" told her that they were being contacted by male DGA members who were complaining about discrimination
- DuVernay said that if someone had a problem with her they could sue her: "Thank you, friend, thank you for that call. I invite you to tell whoever is feeling discriminated against to sue me so that I can sue every studio that has left women out . . . ’cause we can do this, if that’s what you want to do."
ONTD have you been laid low by the matriarchy?