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  • Please stop!
  • cmon we’re only having fun, how about you give me a smile!
  • Why are they doing this to her? And why is she pleading them to stop as though this has happened before?
  • You got the promotion!! Keep up the good work!
  • Angelina decided on taking a nice stroll around her home town. She doesn’t usually do this because she is always bother by two men.
  • You got the promotion!! Keep up the good work!
  • As Angelina gets closer to the end of her block and to her favorite snack shop, she notices man 1. Hes always the more troublesome of the two. He has his ways of making her uncomfortable and she hates him. 84 per cent of women first experience street harassment before the age of 17. -
  • Thank you! You did a great presentation too. You look stunning in that dress.
  • She’s immediately stopped by the two men. She always feels awful after encountering them. She pleads them to stop. She doesn’t even take the time to acknowledge her co worker, and friend witnessing this encounter, that she’s been through many times. The most common experience that women encounter is objectifying. making up 55 per cent of objectifying experience -
  • Why does she continue to let that happen? She works 10x harder than John yet she doesn’t fight for her rightful spot?
  • Angelina and John both give presentations today. Once it was confirmed that John had gotten the promotion, Angelina was not shocked just disappointed. In many real life situations people are sexist towards women who want to get a higher positions. This treatment has always occurred ever since the late 1970s -
  • Declined once again?...
  • Angelina, has done so many attempts to get a promotion, but the more she tries, the more she experiences unfairness when the male gets that promotion instead. This treatment was called glass ceiling.
  • Great work again John! Bit of a disappointment for me .
  • According to Everyday Health, glass ceiling is the invisible barrier that prevents women and minorities from rising to the highest ranks in a corporation. It was very sexist toward women.A 2003 report by the federal Glass Ceiling Commission showed that only seven to nine percent of upper management at Fortune 1000 firms were women.
  • why do I bother anymore?
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