Size Doesn’t Matter: Discussing Sensitive Issues in the Workplace

I received an email from my boss today commenting on the size of one of the executives screenshots. I was taken aback. Floored. Here is a man, a professional, talking to one of his subordinates about the size of his superior’s screenshots like it’s not a thing. Even if you take the gender dynamics out … Continue reading Size Doesn’t Matter: Discussing Sensitive Issues in the Workplace

It’s Not That Cold in Here and Other Fun Things to Say to Women of a Certain Age 

The population of the United States is aging and women typically outlast men. Especially, with all these old dudes thinking they're Lance Armstrong and spend 14 hours a day riding on their bikes doing nerve damage to their already fickle junk; non-functioning business will not kill you, but an unsatisfied lady-friend might. I digress. Speaking … Continue reading It’s Not That Cold in Here and Other Fun Things to Say to Women of a Certain Age 

Acquiring an Invitation to the Party in My Pants

To be clear 99% of the time I'm not wearing pants but easy access doesn't necessarily mean easy access.  I'm not writing this because I'm frigid or a prude, or some floozy slutwhore. I've been inspired by both my own experience as a single lady and by the tales of my competition... I mean, umm, … Continue reading Acquiring an Invitation to the Party in My Pants

Learning to Accept Compliments

One of the things that I have noticed is that people, women especially, are really bad at accepting compliments. I think it stems from the collective idea that you can't be happy with yourself. You're spectacular, own that shit. And I understand that it may feel awkward at first but use some of the responses … Continue reading Learning to Accept Compliments