I am a County Supervisor and deal with sexual discrimination on a continuous basis. I have been excluded from casual lunches, not afforded privileges offered to men (Executive Session) by male board members, listened to valid complaints from women who were a part of discriminatory job interviews; had the complaints of those women dismissed by male board members, and attacked verbally in the newspaper by a WOMAN for speaking out against the men who asked sexually discriminating questions in employment interviews.
Our current president is the epitome of a male expressing sexually discriminating statements with no negative consequences for him. Women remain underpaid & underrepresented in our government and corporations.
What we must continue to do is speak out against sexual discrimination; be unafraid to speak the truth; support each other, call out people, men and women, that make grievous statements against women