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Calling Out Casual Sexism

Sarah Mirk Friends often text me about frustrating stuff that happens to them at work. Their boss talks over them, their coworker dismisses all their ideas, their lab mate takes all the credit for himself. How do you deal with that stuff? I rarely have good advice, but it’s always nice to have someone just listen and commiserate. Writer Jessica Bennett has her own version: a low-key meetup of female friends who called themselves the Feminist Fight Club.
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