When women are assertive in the workplace and request/demand a pay rise etc etc like a male I do notice there is a perception that the woman is 'b!tchy' and 'aggressive' yet males are just encouraged for pushing for what they deserve.
So I suppose my thoughts are running along the lines of are women who are trying to be assertive in their careers actually being 'aggressive' etc or is it just the perception we have because we are not used to a woman behaving (not sure if thats quite the word I am after) this way?
No offense but I don't see why this is considered a "tradition" or sign of respect. Yet if someone were to say it is "tradition" for the man to work and woman be at home then that's gender inequality.
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