Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Shares Her #MeToo Moment

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Shares Her #MeToo Moment

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in her Supreme Court chambers in Washington on July 31, 2014. "The attitude towards sexual harassment was "get past it, boys will be boys". A documentary about her life, RBG, premiered at the film festival in Utah, and RBG herself was there to speak on a panel about the film and her lifelong fight for women's rights.

During the interview, Ginsburg also discussed her relatable spunk that has gained her popularity among young liberals and landed her a doppelgänger on Saturday Night Live. "So far it's been great. When I see women appearing everyplace in numbers, I'm less anxious than I might have been 20 years ago". "I can't think of any greater honor than to introduce a person I so admire", the Oscar victor told a standing ovation crowd.

"The next day on the test - the test is the practice exam", she said.

"I went to his office and said, 'How dare you?'" Ginsburg said.

Ginsburg said she told her college chemistry instructor she was uncomfortable with some of the material.

In addition to remarking on the movement's growth, Ginsburg also recounted her own experiences with sexism and inappropriate male behavior. Having finally seen the depiction, the Associate Justice added that she thought McKinnon was pretty good at doing her.

But when she asked the dean about the disparity she was told, "Ruth, he has a wife and two children to support". A New York University law student adapted it from rapper Notorious B.I.G., and the meme has since extended beyond the online world to songs, T-shirts, mugs, and all sorts of Ginsburg memorabilia.

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And that was just the beginning of her career fighting for women's rights.

Shortly after, an application for a temporary injunction against Columbia was filed and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission sent their chief counsel to argue in favor of it.

After a temporary injunction was issued against Columbia, it "decided they didn't really have to lay off anyone", she said. As a Supreme Court justice, she's tackled a myriad of cases-some of the most notable involving abortion rights and gender discrimination.

After that, the calls from her son's school dropped off.

The real Ruth Bader Ginsburg stood up - and she likes her doppelgänger. Justice Ginsburg spoke fondly of her late husband Professor Marty Ginsburg. "I would like to say, "Ginsburn" sometimes to my colleagues".

On Sunday, Ginsburg said, "As long as I can do the job full steam, I will be here".

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