My colleages at work, two women, one taller than the other, want to get some bags, bags are stored in boxes on very high shelf, taller woman asks me for help, I have helped her before, we 3 trip into the stock room, I get the ladders, the shorter woman starts climbing the ladders, “We don’t need mens help”, “You can’t look up my skirt!” (She is wearing trousers :/).
I have no wish to look up her skirt, I was happy and impressed that she took the initiative.
I come accross as a bit gay (effeminate) and I can only see that she must have a lot of built up hidden angst towards men and somehow she feels a need to prove a point to me.
I ask, and I expect every business in the UK to conduct an anonymous poll for male employees and ask them the question, “Would you like to wear a dress”.
Women you have a choice.
Currently women can wear a dress or trousers.
Currently men can only wear trousers.
This does not equate to equality.
“If” Women want equality, I ask them to support #DressesForMen.
Your choice is to be either the evil oppressors or the people who want equality.