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Tuesday, September 05, 2006

Workin 9-5

I can't take my boss's picture because I still have to see him every day. And do I feel unsafe when he looks down my shirt when he stands way over me and orders me to do something totally stupid? Not exactly. But I do feel like there's a fucked up power dynamic that he either doesn't understand or doesn't care to fix. What can I say when he looks at me like that? I told him he had white male priviledge issues once and immediately felt guilty because he works way too much and his wife is dead...I don't know what I'm saying or if this is a holla, but I wish my boss didn't look at me like I'm just a woman, and I wish I felt like I had something to do besides make it possibly worse for everyone by bringing it up.

- B in Boston

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