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How to Hack 3 Sexist Things Every Woman Has Heard in the Office

Click here for reuse options! Here's how to combat untrue assumptions about female bosses made by other men or women—or even ourselves. The following is an excerpt from the new book Feminist Fight Club: An Office Survival Manual (For a Sexist Workplace) by Jessica Bennett (Harper Wave, 2016). In the book, Bennett provides the types of sexist archetypes women encounter in the workplace.
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