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Mothers in the Workplace

While employers are often unwilling to make allowances for family-related duties, the rise of working mothers has raised new challenges that make it more important than ever to recognize the need for greater flexibility in treating workers. A new research study shows the negative treatment that working mothers often receive. Read More

My Mommy

My mommy works. She works hard. It isn't easy, but she makes a lot of money from all the men who shove money in her g-string.

If they give her lots and lots of money, they get to see her girl parts up close.

Her boss must be a feminist because he's very accommodating- he lets me stay backstage in the dressing room while she works.

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Romeo Vitelli, Ph.D. is a psychologist in private practice in Toronto, Canada.


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