Over the years, I have heard too many tales of female employees subjected to gross levels of sexism (hired for their looks,
Women who get a good job – look, they must think it’s a good one or they wouldn’t have applied for it, would they – because of their looks are subject to sexism? Or women who don’t get the job because of their not job getting looks? Or men who only get a job because they can do something?
Who, actually, is it that is the victim of this sexism?
One way to test this is to ponder, well, what if there were compensation for being a victim of sexism? OK, so “You’re pretty, you got a good job because you are, here, have some extra money.”