Not enough women tech managers in Silicon Valley? They can always be Photoshopped in.
GQ Magazine recently removed a picture from the website after they learned that the two women who were shown with 15 male technology leaders had been digitally added.
The two women in question – SunRun CEO Lynn Jurich and Peek CEO Ruzwana Bashir – attended an event at the Italian home of designer Brunello Cucinelli, but were not part of the group that made up a picture, so their photos were added for later.
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"When we realized we didn't have a shot where all the participants were represented, we added pictures of two female executives Directors taken this weekend, "said a Cucinelli spokeswoman Buzzfeed. "The photos were shared and approved by all the participants, including the two women. We didn't mean any harm or intent to do this, and we're sorry."
Jeff Bezos, who was also on a weekend break, but not in the photo , refused to be photographed.
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GQ told BuzzFeed, it was not told that the photo had been changed and said it removed it from the story because it did not meet the magazine's "editorial standards" .