Quotation by Anonymous

I don't think men respect women ... [ellipsis in original] I don't think they really respect their opinions. I don't think they really respect their ability to do a job. And, therefore, when it comes to the business of hiring somebody, they're always sort of hanging back and suspicious whether the woman would actually be able to do it. Meantime, these people that are doing this to you are people that you swamped when you were going through school. I don't mean that in a bitter way. I mean this is a fact of life.
Anonymous, U.S. television newswoman. As quoted in Women in Television News, ch. 4, by Judith S. Gelfman (1976).

Said in 1973.
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