Jill Greenberg’s TEDx talk at Wabash College is transcribed at Medium:

See, this image shows my reflection in a woman’s eye. It is a close up and you can see me reflected, a female photographer.

But for around 90% of the images which blanket our media landscape, from billboards to magazine covers, if you could see the reflection of the photographer in the subjects’ eyes- you would see the silhouette of a man. A male photographer.

What that means is that almost all the images we see are filtered through a man’s lens, from his Point of View.

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