Findings In every office, every day, there are innumerable acts of sexism. The male manager opening a door for a female employee; the female director giving more encouragement to a female worker ahead of a male equivalent. Technically, these acts are discriminatory on the grounds of gender, and therefore sexist, but most people would defend them as simply part of human life, or supporting colleagues at work. Is this kind of behavior really sexism?
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