It's not a good article, but it's a good question to ask - women are among the best and most popular writers in history: Jane Austen, Anne Rice, the Bronte sisters, and more. Why are women so underrepresented in Hollywood screenwriting circles?
It's not because of lack of talent, I'll warrant, but could it have anything to do with women wanting to have and raise kids? I don't know.
I say it's not a good article, because Johnson makes arguments like this her bread and butter:
Way to mow down the objections of your opponents! I wish I could resolve all arguments with a quick, "Hardly." But regardless of the quality of this article, what do you all think about the question?