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'I can’t be the only male community nurse who gets to read the gas meter'

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So due to the length of time that gender bias towards men has been occurring it can now only be a valid concern when raised by women ? But apparently the real issue for in this is the behaviour of other women in your department (collectively singled out by gender) and their behaviour when men come over (again, singled out by their gender). Could it possibly be that those people (note the use of the world people) have a shared sense of humour, and may appreciate the chance to interact with people outside of their own department.

Posted date

1 April, 2011

Posted time

0:35 am

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