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Wider ContextPlay
Sexism isn't just in the workplace; it's in social settings, education, media, and beyond. SlideIgnoring her technical expertise because of her gender is a form of everyday sexism.
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Subtle SignsPlay
Sexism can be obvious or hidden in jokes, comments, or even in expectations of gender roles. SlideLaughing at her driving skills just because she's a woman is subtle sexism.
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Not Always IntentionalPlay
People may show sexism without realizing it, through learned behaviors or societal norms. SlidePreferring a male over a female doctor can unconsciously reflect sexism.