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Charlotte Mann Apr 20
A man approached me and my mum selling something today. I smile and say, "no thank you." He steps into my mum's personal space, I rpt myself, he continues. I put my hand up and say "no". He tells me I am aggressive & should smile more as I might be better looking.
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Wylde Anime Apr 22
Yet if a man did this he would be accused of mansplaining.
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essexsurgicalgirls Apr 19
We experienced this ourselves in medical school (one of the reasons we set up Essex Surgical Girls), but it’s plain disappointing that it’s still happening. Med schools need to do better
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Miriam Mottiar Apr 23
Male cardiologist: Women are better at the touchy feely stuff, like talking about advanced care planning. Men are better at making the medical decisions and doing procedures... Something I was shocked to hear said out loud in rounds in 2019.
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Windmills Killed Kennedy Apr 22
Replying to @StarinaJohnson
Children grow up. They have sex. This is NORMAL. Would you have this much of a problem if the character losing their virginity had been a man? I somehow doubt it. The show finally did a sexual relationship the right and should be applauded.
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Matthew James Apr 23
So girls trace letters differently to boys?! Maybe in Runcorn!
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Dr Jennifer Rudd Apr 21
Just did a interview with Stephen Nolan. got referred to repeatedly as Dr Read. Despite being introduced as "Dr Jennifer Rudd" I repeatedly got referred to as "jennifer" Thanks for that.
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Linda Muirhead 25m
Spot the difference.....
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Dr. Shawna Apr 22
After discussing identity/dirty work/stigma... Student: “Mrs. Redden?” Me: “Do you mean Dr. Malvini Redden?” Him: “Oh, Mrs. Malvini?” Me: “Dr. Malvini Redden.” Him: “Oh, Mrs. Malvini Redden.” Me: “No.” Him: “Well what do you want to be called?” Me...
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Dr Pragya Agarwal FRSA Apr 18
Replying to @jounwin
How awful. So sorry to hear this. They should really be called out publicly and shamed. This kind of misogynistic behaviour and should not be tolerated.
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aloha Apr 24
Boss went around the room and asked all the men to support a high level meeting, when they all said no I offered to cover it - his response was ‘they can be mean, we need someone with a bit of hair on their chest’
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Hannah Bardell 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🏳️‍🌈 4h
Don’t even know where to start with this . So so wrong. Why? Just why?
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Alan Atkinson Apr 22
Sexist comments are allowed in your 'tribe' Yvonne are they? No wonder Keith had to leave so quickly. Your stereotypical comments are so ....oh wait... stereotypical of why all the fantastic women in my life don't subscribe to. Your hold no bounds
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Dr Carri Ginter 5h
Daddy slept in, mommy slept out.
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Kate North Apr 16
What about waiters? Or even better waiting staff/servers. Sort it out lyalena_cardiff on City Road
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Gavin Whenman 16h
Google voice typing/AI in action (both times the name was meant to be "Ellen Warwick")
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Dr Nikki Stamp FRACS Apr 18
In a list of doctors, some with less qualifications & expertise than me, they are all Dr X, all their qualifications, their esteemed positions. For me, just my name, no title, no qualification, nothing. I don't need a parade, I just want what I earned.
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defcon_5 12h
How systemic oppression works. What’s keeping more women from board seats: little turnover via
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Lizzle 4h
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Heather Garbes Apr 22
When a colleague calls you Ms. instead of Dr. because “we aren’t that formal around here.”
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