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4/12/2018 | 11:48:06 AM
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I dont know how many ppl comment here againset the author's opinion are females. I, as a female, have experience many  sexism a situation at work. In my old team, females are assinged more documentation work than males. Males gets more 'important' project. Males get way better oppunituies for promotion, etc,, It's hard to feel it exist unless you are the one.


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