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Twitter Thread: Sexism In The Workplace

This Twitter thread highlights the invisible advantage experienced by some men in various workplaces, while working alongside women. This man's experience with accidentally signing off on emails as his female coworker, Nicole, ended up resulting in multiple clients making him jump through more unnecessary hoops just because they thought he was a woman. So dumb. 

A Twitter thread about sexism in the workplace | Why is only women who see sexism everywhere? Martin R. Schneider @Schneid 2d v Nicole and worked small employment service firm and one complaint always came our boss: She took too long work with clients. Martin R. Schneider @Schneid. 2d v As her supervisor considered this minor nuisance at best figured reason got things done faster having more experience 17 313 1,147 Martin R. Schneider @Schneid 2d v So one day l'm emailing client back- and-forth
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Woman Battles Pushy In-Law With Resounding Flatulence

It sounds like this brother-in-law took personal issue and made a few too many comments on what he deemed "unladylike" nature of his sister-in-law, so it came time to fight dirty. The internet decided that his hearty overstepping and salty comments deserved some beef. For another fart story, here's a guy whose fart almost caused an airport evacuation.

Brother in law keeps criticizing woman so she farts at him | r/AmItheAsshole Posted by u/whatabouttea 2 days ago 3 10 2 '2 8 12 3 3 95 AITA ruining my brother law's day with purposeful fart? Not hole BIL and husband co own house passed them by their father live one half while BIL lives other only thing share is living room and kitchen rest is completely separate. Lately BIL has been making odd comments about my ladylikeness am down home back woods dirt under my fingernails still play mud puddles
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Boss Forbids Employee From Emailing VPs, Royally Backfires on Her

Having a boss not like you because of their own personal biases is its own nightmare, especially if they start making up rules just to sabotage you. Luckily these situations can end with justice, like this woman who got back at her unfair sexist boss or this racist Canadian boss who got deported.

Reddit story of a guys sexist boss who forbid him from talking to management.
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AskReddit User Explains Why Men Don't Enjoy Fictional Romances As Much

An AskReddit user provided a comprehensive breakdown on why men apparently don't enjoy fictional romances as much as women. This might answer some questions that guys didn't know they had. 

AskReddit user explains in detail why men don't enjoy historical romances as much as women.
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Guy Ruins His Female Co-Workers' Jeans Loophole At Work

This guy asked the people of Reddit whether he was in the wrong for tattling on his female co-workers for wearing dark jeans at the office, cause he wasn't able to. The ruling is in, and it looks like he overstepped with this whiny complaint. 

Guy ruins his female co-workers ability to wear jeans at the office by complaining and tattling about it.
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Males Who Got Sexually Harassed Share Their Experiences

Someone on AskReddit asked guys to share their experiences with sexual harassment. From getting dry humped in gym class by a bunch of self-proclaimed "straight bullies", to creepy cashiers purposely knocking stuff over for "the view"....these are just hard to stomach. Why do people have to be such monstrous perverts. 

Males share their experiences with getting harassed in an AskReddit thread.
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Woman's Boss Confronts Her At Work For Not Shaving Her Legs

This woman asked the people of Reddit if she was in the wrong for refusing to shave her legs, after her boss confronted her about the matter. Apparently her boss said that a few of her co-workers had complained about her lack of hygiene. She didn't want to discuss the matter any more without HR present, and can you blame her? Sounds like quite the touchy subject. 

Woman asks people on Reddit if she was wrong for not shaving her legs for work, after her boss confronted her.
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Woman Discovers Magazine From 1958 That Has 129 Weird And Funny Tips On How To Find A Husband

A woman discovered this magazine article from 1958, which shows just how much the world's changed. Don't think you'll see any publications running a piece with over 100 tips on how a woman can find a husband nowadays. 

50's magazine is way more sexist that you might think
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20 Times Women Tried To Buy A Car/Item From A Sexist

Someone on AskReddit asked women to share the times they went to buy a car/item from a sexist. There's just no excuse for these levels of ignorance. 

Women on AskReddit share times they ended up buying a car/item from a seller who was sexist.
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Man On Twitter Asks What Women Will Do With Their Lives If They Live Till 80 Without Kids

Twitter user @StefanMolyneux, started up a full-fledged shitstorm when he tweeted out a particularly controversial tweet, wondering what women will do with their lives if they live till 80 without having kids. The response from various women on Twitter was one of strong disapproval and general disgust. This idiotic tweet ranks right up there with another man's sexist list of 6 steps to keep a man that reads like it's right out of the 1950s.

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24 Men Of Reddit Share Myths About Men That Are 100% Untrue And Infuriate Them When Hearing It

Men of Reddit are sharing those myths about men that are in fact 100% untrue, and don't fail to utterly infuriate them upon hearing them. You know, things like how all dudes aren't just craving sex all the time, but actually do crave salt sometimes too.

misconceptions and stereotypes about men
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Man Gets Roasted For Saying That Women Can't Ask For Equality In Revealing Clothing

Andrew Duncan, a journalist with a Twitter bio about how he loved finding women wearing clothes that let him see parts of their shoulders, legs, and cleavage, really got people on Twitter going when he also said this undermines their claim at equality. Andrew, you've got to be kidding me, my dude. Welcome to 2019. Where have you been? 

And we just ran another post on some solid sexist ignorance with the guy who shared his 6 tips for how a woman can keep a man. That one didn't go too well either. When are these fools going to learn. 

guy saying women wearing revealing clothes are defeating their cause
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Man Tweets About "Invisible Advantage" When He Switched Clients With His Female Coworker

This guy's Twitter thread about an "invisible advantage" he encountered when trading clients with his female coworker. The ensuing tweets are bound to stir up a cocktail of fiery opinions on the matter. What do you think? 

man experiences business emails as a woman
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