There’s a remarkable amount of sexism on
TV. When male characters are flawed, they’re interesting, deep and
complex. But when female characters are flawed, they’re just a mess.
It’s good to put more flawed but interesting female characters out there
because it promotes equality.
“We often grow up being told that we can do this or that, but if you don’t see anybody that looks like you doing it, you don’t believe you can do it. But I had great teachers and I wanted to be a great teacher.”