She was in the conference room, pouring a cup of coffee, when the other company’s executives and lawyers walked in. They proceeded to discuss the lowest bid they would accept, as if she wasn’t there. ‘They assumed I was the admin,’ or secretary, she says. When the group sat down to negotiate, she adds, ‘Their faces went white as ghosts.’

Honestly, it’s unbelievable that this is still happening. I look forward to being part of the generation that beats this attitude. 

so fucking great

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