Sarah Michelle Gellar talks about the lessons she took away from filming "Toxic Male" 

By Kamal

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Sarah Michelle Gellar of "Buffy The Vampire Slayer" has only recently realized that not every show has to be filled with toxic masculinity.

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"For so long, I was on a set that I think was regarded as being a really toxic male set," the actress added.

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Wednesday at The Wrap's Power of Women Summit's "Power of Storytelling: Producers Roundtable."

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She started to understand that "all sets were poisonous" because "women were pitted against one other" in them, and that "they had to keep that down."

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She has since changed her job following her work with more women and men who encourage women's achievement.

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She told me, "I discovered how simple an experience can be." "Unfortunately, we still find ourselves in a lot of domains where we need women to have a voice."

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Gellar was a part of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" between 1997 and 2003, although she did not specifically state the particular set she experienced male toxicity.

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