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To the commenter "Anonymous" about witnessing so called sexism and wishing you had called the man out about his not consulting with the female employee. You aren't dealing with a full deck if you think "your" opinion about what you witnessed entitles you to creating a scene. Really? So by your assumption, his not immediately consulting with her but instead talking to someone else constitutes a bias. Maybe the guy is shy about talking to women period, did you ever think about that? I know...so if a woman insists on having a FEMALE doctor instead of a male when she goes in for an exam, you would call that sexist too. She's not permitted to choose for herself what she prefers and people like you are notorious for PROJECTING your own judgmental bias into situations you THINK you know something about. Grow UP!!
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