To be honest with you, I haven’t heard many bad things about exploitation directors coming from the women I’ve spoken to while working on this book. They have all been really honest with me, and rather than say something bad about a director, they will often pass on the question. For example, Dyanne Thorne doesn’t want to talk about Joe Sarno. But, Christina Lindberg and Tallie Cochrane really enjoyed him and thought he was lovely. Who knows. I think all women face some sort of sexism in their lives, including women working in horror today. I was personally attacked (and a plethora of sexist comments were made) when I spoke out about the I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE remake, but I said what I wanted to say, and that article has gotten so much exposure that everyone at Fangoria adores me for it. I’m really lucky to have such supportive people around me, men and women included. My editor, Chris Alexander, is totally my hero. I’ve been a huge fan of his writing for years, and now I get to write for him, and he’s always got my back. It’s really cool. I’m really lucky.