the grotesque sexism that I wrote about in ny mag:

this guy and every one of his commenters loathe women–check it out–I’m just the only one they dare to call a cunt and a bitch in public, as they trip over their own feet to gobble Hollywood knob.
  Ken Levine is a farily respected sit-com writer, and yet he has no respect for me as a fellow writer in any way.  Why would a writer have no respect for another who accomplished far more than he ever did? Because that person is female, that’s why. 
   Why would he insult me for wanting credit for my writing, when he himself is a writer and a member of a guild that protects him from being ripped off, or having his work published under someone else’s name?  He would howl like the balless little bitch that he is if that happened to him, but it wouldn’t because he is a white jewish man who has thousands of peers who would take his side with him if that happened to him.  It happened to me, Ken.  You purposely mischaracterize my words in the New York magazine article that I WROTE.  I took responsiblity for bad behavior, but explained that the bad behavior was during a nervous breakdown brought on by having to work in a hostile work environment, and I am pretty sure that women who have worked for you in the past (if indeed there were ANY) worked in a hostile work environment.  Let me know, women writers out there–how were you treated on Ken Levine’s staff? 
   He uses a racist term “gypped” in his ignorant article about me–so I am sure if there were ever any people of color on his staff that they worked in a hostile work environment too–sexists and racists are not nice people.
  I did not have fawning guys up my ass trying to get a future job out of me like you do, Ken, I had only contempt, like the kind that drips from your article about me and denigrates my work, and gives a man credit for it.  My work was stolen from me, and I will never get over, and neither would you, if that happened to you.
  Because I am a woman writer who wrote almost sixty percent of the words in the pilot that does not bear my name, you could care less, but if it were you, you would be on the phone with your fat Hollywood lawyers in a heart beat, and probably be crying crocodile tears.  So many artists, woman and man are victims of hypocrites, and I decided after twenty years of hearing how crazy I was, from every single corner of Hollywood, that I would write about my side of things for once.  You really prefer the tabloid versions of me and who I am and what I lived through, and that is because, you are not on the side of writers at all, which makes you a hack.  
  Your writing is so arrogant and narcissitic that I would fire you if I could, because you deserve it.  Try a little empathy for a fellow guild member next time, asshat.  Again, for the thinking humans and women who are no doubt the victims of the hostile work environment that your words plainly encourage –as can be gleaned from the language you choose to use, which is completely derogatory and woman hating, call the California Labor Commission and register a complaint, I encourage you.  You have a lot of power in your hands when you bring charges of fostering a hostile work environment to Hollywood’s sexist and racist producers.  You can shut their whole ops down, and thereby save our country from pointless offensive destructive white boy ‘humor’.
  The sexism of male writers is so apparant in the inane woman loathing comment section, that it totally proves my point: most male TV writers are unappreciative, petty, narcissitic, hateful, ignorant idiots who will repeat any canard on earth as long as it makes them think they look like they are smarter than any female.  
  These pricks all stick together too, and have each other’s backs—all for one and one for all–few of them have the brains or guts to stick up for a fellow writer if that writer is female, or a person of color, trust me it’s an every day reality–and I encourage those who have experienced it first hand to blog here.
  I am also going to ask several of my favorite male writers who loved working with me and still do to this day to also blog about that here–stay tuned–