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    WIRED | Hallie Lieberman | 6/11/20 | 20 min
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    • Pegeen
      Scribe
      2 weeks ago

      I found this fascinating. I did not know Romance was such a popular genre. I think Musk is interesting and a pioneer in this field. Kudos for not being embarrassed about something you enjoy and taking it to the next level for others who share in her passion and vision.

    • deephdave
      Top reader this weekReading streakScout
      2 weeks ago

      Musk wanted to show the world through a woman’s gaze. Often male screenwriters skip over scenes that matter to women—like discussions about consent, Musk says. A male screenwriter might write that a man “grabs and kisses” a woman, implying the woman just accepts it. “I’m like, ‘No, no, no, she doesn’t,’” Musk says. “She leans in, raises her head, and looks into his eyes and then at his lips.’ That’s a woman saying, ‘I want something.’”