Alanis Morissette is opening up about why she dropped out of her scheduled performance at this year’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony over the weekend. In an Insta post yesterday, she wrote, “I have spent decades in an industry that is rife with an overarching anti-woman sentiment and have tolerated a lot of condescension and disrespectfulness, reduction, dismissiveness, contract-breaching, unsupportiveness, exploitation and psychological violence (and more) throughout my career.” She went on to say, “I tolerated it because nothing would stop me from connecting with those whom I cared about and resonated with. I live to serve and connect with people and so over the years I sucked it up on more occasions than I can count in order to do so. It’s hard not to be affected in any industry around the world, but Hollywood has been notorious for its disrespect of the feminine in all of us.” Morissette said that she is at a point in her life where there is no need to spend time in an environment that reduces women, and finished by writing, “I have had countless incredible experiences with production teams with all genders throughout my life. So many, and so fun. There is nothing better than a team of diverse people coming together with one mission. I’ll continue to show up in those environments with bells on.” Women, have you ever felt disrespected just because you are a woman? What happened?