Stars on how to foster inclusion in Hollywood | USA TODAY

Stars on how to foster inclusion in Hollywood | USA TODAY 1


At the SAG Awards, stars including Jane Lynch weighed in on easy ways Hollywood can improve on diversity and safety.

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31 Comments on "Stars on how to foster inclusion in Hollywood | USA TODAY"

  1. Basic American alex | January 20, 2020 at 3:11 AM | Reply

    Wut ?

  2. Why are these dipshits our moral compass again?

  3. Bwahahahaha funk these funks

  4. David Lamphier | January 20, 2020 at 4:50 AM | Reply

    Inclusion should be about hiring the best actor for the job but giving everyone the same fair opportunity to succeed.

    • booboo thefool | January 20, 2020 at 5:58 AM | Reply

      the point is, white actors are constantly being picked for roles while there’s tons of talent that come from all backgrounds that sit in the shadows.

    • @booboo thefool so if they are being picked over others then that means that person was fit more for the role

  5. Choosing melinated casting directors for a start, and better tests to get a persons ideas on the table. And diversity among the crew (lighting and sound) is necessary for safety. ((Beating up on straight white men is not the answer btw you shouldn’t need to tear other people down to build yourself up.))

  6. Forced inclusion is the worst inclusion

  7. Megan Mackowiak | January 20, 2020 at 4:57 AM | Reply

    Who the hell cares what these people think? Why is this “news”? Are we really expected to look to Hollywood of all places for wisdom on how to conduct our lives? Yeah, hard pass ✌️

  8. Oh please tell me more about how to live Hollywood. The ultimate lifestyle of faithful marriages and supreme morals. Just stop.

    • I love Jane Seymour but she has been divorced four times.

    • @Sara N. Yet the media constantly tries to put their values on a pedestal. I will never understand this.

    • @Tyler Wilson They have always been trash. Like the whole Metoo# nonsense. You know they slept with anybody that could get them work. They can stop with the pearl clutching. We are not buying it.

  9. H☠llyw☠☠D

  10. “Safety or inclusion”…what a weird choice of dichotomy. Neither has anything to do with each other. So the question is pretty obvious in what is really being asked which is intellectually insulting.

    Inclusion is a great thing. But as with most things…if you’re being force fed it…you’re not going to like it. Make inclusion simply part of the immersion and let it become normalized. Get more creative in your writing to integrate different cultures, and work your way up from there.

  11. I like how they ask wealthy Hollywood elites who are surrounded by guards with guns about “safety”.

  12. To these scumbags, “inclusion” does not include Conservatives, Christians, or Trump Supporters. I will never give them another dime of my money. *N E V E R*

  13. If the fruitcake Dems/Libbies don’t realize just how much trouble their communist party is in – they don’t know nothing!!!

  14. one crying in the wilderness | January 20, 2020 at 5:52 AM | Reply

    The day I listen to a hollywood nitwit instruct me on how to live my life is the day I hope they declare me insane, these people can’t stay out of drug rehab programs, hollywood is nothing but a cesspool with a bunch of maggots in it!

  15. Only one person wins each award so I’m unclear how there can be any diversity.

  16. F3RAL manchild | January 20, 2020 at 6:22 AM | Reply

    Wow… just wow… you guys are really using the term “inclusion.” You really mean “how do we exclude straight white males?” This is very basic deductive reasoning. You might as well just say it… or at the very least look up the word: inclusion and change your rhetoric, So that you are honest one way or another.

    Open your eyes people… your words matter and you are going way too far… i cant wait to hear your “final solution” to “the problem.”

  17. Sounds like a question in a beauty pageant!!!

  18. Well they teach us how to be included in college tuition scams?

  19. Will the teachers how to set up a phony hate crime

  20. Will they tell us who they had to bone and how degraded they felt when they became who they are

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