BULL'S-EYE: Geena Davis Tells Hollywood Where To Stick Its Ageist, Sexist Representations Of Women

Rebecca Eisenberg

One of the many, many things I like about this video is that it's a nice reminder that women in their 50s are just as capable of being total bad-asses as women in their 20s. Geena Davis is a member of Mensa, and an Olympics archery team semi-finalist. She's not putting up with any more stereotypes of women and girls in the media.

If you ignore the demand she makes at 1:31, you might just end up like the poor paparazzo at 1:11.

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