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However, at a colleague’s small farewell lunch two weeks ago where I was just one of two women, I was unpleasantly surprised.
(I’m assuming one doesn’t already exist; if one does, join it!
” (It is a software I use daily and most of them use once or twice every two weeks.) It was a very unpleasant lunch, and I came away with the perception this was par for the course for my co-workers, as they didn’t indicate their conversation was in any way unusual.
I have had similar experiences at a previous workplace where I did an internship.
What is the best way to respond to casual workplace sexism like this?
I don’t think running to HR would be very effective, especially when it is so endemic – but I also don’t want to ‘grin and bear it’ and give the impression I approve or think it’s funny.