100 Women: ‘Signing a gagging clause set me free’ – BBC News

For most of my career, my gender was not a problem, but then five years into my last job in that industry, my working environment became intolerable. I felt marginalised in the office – for example, strip clubs were used as “after-dinner entertainment” with clients as well as for pre-drinks before team nights out. When I said I didn’t want to go, it was made clear to me that if I wasn’t going to be part of the team then I shouldn’t be there.

via 100 Women: ‘Signing a gagging clause set me free’ – BBC News

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