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When I was about 14, I was told that I should do all the cleaning sections of my after school job because that’s what girls like to do and because I was quiet and a good girl and so ‘you must like it’.

When I was about 16, I was man handled whilst working at a male dominated workplace because I was ‘young and blonde and a cute little goldilocks’.

When I was about 19, I was paid less than minimum wage because I couldn’t speak the same language as my boss and didn’t feel I could argue for my rights.

When I was about 24, I was shunned by my manager and ignored in my final weeks of work because I had had the audacity to seek out and secure a better paid job which didn’t require me to work every hour of the day.

When I was about 27, I was told that it didn’t matter if I could do a job better than others, if I hadn’t served my time and paid my dues.

When I was about 28, I was told that my time would come because - just because I was qualified ’you only just turned 18 right?’.

It’s time we start treating people equally.

Regardless of their gender, colouring, race, opportunities, time served and perceived/actual age!

We should just look at the job they are doing, how they are doing it and their skills/potential.

Why argue otherwise?


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