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Mila Kunis Pens Powerful Gender Bias Op-Ed After Being Told She'd 'Never Work In This Town Again' For Not Posing Semi-Nude

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"You'll never work in this town again."

That's something Mila Kunis was told by a producer after she refused to pose semi-nude on the cover of a men's magazine, leaving her feeling "livid" and "objectified."

In another incident, another male colleague chose to identify the Bad Moms star as the "baby momma" of her successful husband, Ashton Kutcher, writing in an e-mail:

"And Mila is a mega star. One of biggest actors in Hollywood and soon to be Ashton's wife and baby momma!!!"

Sigh.

Related: Ashton & Mila Step Out For A Dodgers Date Night!

Using her platform to raise awareness about the gender wage gap and sexism in the workplace, the 33-year-old opened up about her experience with being taken less seriously in the industry because she is female in an Op-Ed published on Tuesday.

The That '70s Show alum penned on APlus.com:

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Wal-Mart Asks Supreme Court To Block Gender Bias Lawsuit!

Filed under: Legal Matters

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Not cool!

Wal-Mart is facing potentially the largest class action employment lawsuit EVER over gender bias claims and now it is asking the Supreme Court to get involved!

The lawsuit was filed in 2001 by 6 women who claimed that the company was paying male employees more than female employees as well as passing women over for promotions that ultimately went to men!

They are seeking billions in damages!

Wal-Mart's lawyers are fighting California court rulings that allow a large amount of plaintiffs since the lawsuit includes any female employee that worked at the company from 1998 on!

An appeals court in San Francisco recently upheld the class action status for the suit back in April voting 6 to 5 and deeming the suit manageable despite the number of plaintiffs. But Wal-Mart is still fighting this ruling.

A decision by the Supreme Court will likely not be made until next year and lawyers for the women affected are expected to file a reply brief asking the court not to take up their case and let the lower ruling stand.

You go, girls!

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