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I'll do what everybody does–sell this startup just before we have to hire a female employee.
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"This is first-quarter projected-earnings report--does it make my butt look big?"
"That was a fine report, Barbara. But since the sexes speak different languages, I probably didn't understand a word of it."
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"I've never said this to a woman before, but here goes: We're not paying you enough."
"On the other hand, it's nice to see women in positions that go beyond mere tokenism."
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"And now I'd like you to join me in welcoming to the board Arne Savin from Morgan Stanley, Chet Bentson from Bankers Trust, and Tempest Dawn from 'Baywatch.'"
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"It's agreed, then—we look for a new place for lunch."
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'A ceiling? All this time I thought it was a floor.'
"How was it? Hissy fit or kissy face?"
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Next, the glass ceiling!
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'Yeah, I'll get onto it as soon as I've finished my coffee.'
"Excellent application, would you like to come back when you're a man?"
'Of course we're keen to appoint more women but I'm afraid they lack two essential qualifications for a career in banking!' - 'Testicles!'
"You'll go far...you think like a man..."
The Glass Floor
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'I like to end these meetings with a group hug, if you'll step out of the cubicles.'
The Working Woman's Magazine
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"It's a disgrace! Ten years ago, I was the only woman on the staff, and today I'm still the only woman on the staff."
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"Sorry, Chief, but of course I didn't mean 'bimbo' in the pejorative sense."
Tags:bimbo, bimbos, excuse, excuses, harassment, glass ceiling, glass ceilings, singled out, women in the workplace, belittle, belittling, comment, comments, sexist, human resources, hr department, h.r. department, pejorative, apology, apologies, formal apology, formal apologies, weak excuse, weak excuses, no offense, no offence
'At least! I get to find out what's above the glass ceiling!'
"It happened at work. The glass ceiling broke."
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"I used to lose my secretaries because they were getting married - now they leave to start their own companies."
"Sexual harassment? Just because I admired your word processing."
Reception - I believe you wanted to see the man in charge.
'We can take you on, but we'll have to let you go if a man 'needs your job'.'