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My current workplace is relatively gender-balanced, and after a year of working here I haven’t really encountered any overt sexism.However, at a colleague’s small farewell lunch two weeks ago where I was just one of two women, I was unpleasantly surprised.– As the founder, you’ll get some exposure and notoriety — everyone in the area will know your name, and it’ll look great on your resume.People may even start coming to you to say “we have X job open, do you know anyone who might be looking?First, let me just say that this doesn’t sound so “casual” to me — the fact that these men were making these comments knowingly in your presence is shocking, and says a lot about the power dynamics at that lunch and in your sector.I’m also going to assume that everyone at this lunch was, more or less, on the same “level,” and no supervisor was present.So how DO you handle such sexism in the actual moment?
This is such a great, great question, and I can’t wait to see what the readers say.
I have had similar experiences at a previous workplace where I did an internship.
I am looking to leave my current company for unrelated reasons (there is an iron ceiling into management, and it’s not likely I’ll be able to move up unless someone dies or is fired).
The more mature women may be interested in dating a younger guy out of sheer curiosity of what it feels like dating someone younger, and also because usually younger guys are more “agile,” active, energetic.
Being around a younger guy makes a woman feel younger as well.