#GAReads | Men Interrupt These Newswomen All the Time. Here's What They're Thinking.
If you're a woman who's uttered a few words in public, chances are good that you've been interrupted. If you've been audible in an office, it's almost inevitable. Men interrupt you in closed-door meetings and in the middle of presentations and over lunch. Call it out, risk that hated rejoinder—God, don't be so emotional about it.
None of us are immune. Not senators like Kamala Harris or Supreme Court justices. Not Michelle Obama. Not Arianna Huffington or Oprah. And not women on live television, who endure sexism, condescension, and countless, endless interruptions, all while millions of people watch.