We all are fully aware that in 2016, sexism is still alive and well in the workplace. Women still aren鈥檛 paid equally to our male colleagues, and we regularly face obstacles climbing the corporate ladder. Hollywood has its own set of problems, which has been touched on time and time again. Less discussed, however, is how this sexism affects women in their day-to-day at work. We know that sexism makes women feel less creative at work, but we鈥檙e skirting one major issue: that women鈥檚 ideas are often stolen by male colleagues. Now, Emma Stone is admitting that this has always been a major problem with her career.

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In an interview with Rolling Stone Magazine, the actress admits that she has always had a hard time on set. If a director isn鈥檛 silencing her by telling her her ideas aren鈥檛 any good, they are stealing her jokes and handing them off to her male costars.

鈥淭here are times in the past, making a movie, when I鈥檝e been told that I鈥檓 hindering the process by bringing up an opinion or an idea,鈥 the actress said. While she hesitates to say it鈥檚 only because she鈥檚 a woman, she admits, 鈥溾here have been times when I鈥檝e improvised, they鈥檝e laughed at my joke and then given it to my male costar. Given my joke away.鈥

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While we are fully aware of things like this happening, it鈥檚 pretty awful to hear it all laid out like this. We often think of our favorite celebrities as being above the reach of such blatant sexism, but they clearly are not, which is not only scary, it also really sucks the hope out of us regular people ever getting ahead.

Maybe with more celebs speaking out on such blatant sexism, the guilty parties will see how awful their behavior is and we鈥檒l see less admissions like Emma Stone鈥檚.

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