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LadyDi
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LadyDi,
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3/5/2017 | 12:08:01 PM
Re: Swedish Mansplaining
Thanks for posting this. I've been subject to this as a female reporter. Also, a few years back, in a different country and different culture, conducted an interview where I sat in the back of the room, while my photographer and producer sat in the front. I, however, was the one asking questions from the back. Our interpreter, also a woman, sat next to me. So, the two of us conducted the interview from the back of the room. 
ErynLeavens
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ErynLeavens,
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3/3/2017 | 3:30:32 PM
Swedish Mansplaining
This is an article from last November that I just stumbled upon about Sweden's mansplaining hotline. "Callers have asked for advice on speaking up when they feel run over by male colleagues, and on how to help female colleagues who are being ignored by men in their working groups... Others have asked how to address clients or colleagues who address only the male employees — even when a woman is in charge — and how to address men who get credit for a woman's work." Can't tell if this is hiliarous or genius. I like it though!

https://www.nytimes.com/2016/11/17/world/europe/mansplaining-hotline-swedish-union.html?smid=fb-nytimes&smtyp=cur&_r=1


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