But anyway the short version of the essay is that Jennifer realizes that her male co stars are making a substantially larger amount of money than and that it's partly her fault for not fighting for for a larger pay, but it's also societies fault for making her, and countless other female actors, feel that asking for a larger paycheck makes them seem 'bratty' or 'spoiled'
Another point she makes is that women aren't exactly allowed in our society to speak with the same authority men do without being called out for being dramatic'. I feel she has a point. It's the reason the idea of feminism exists. Men and women will never be equal whether it's your average stay-at-home mom or an academy award winning actress who is making millions less than her male co-stars.
Obviously sexism is wrong, and Jennifer Lawrence speaking out against it is a good thing, but I feel that no matter what, just because of how long society has undermined women, they will never be treated with the same level of respect they are asking for and deserve.