"I don't feel confident that you are into decency and such yourself in a way that promotes finding out what we - women that is - feel about such stuff!” she added and sobbed.
With that they decided not to cornily define that thing as male chauvinism ever again. Instead they could define it as a notion of that chauvinism was worth its while - and that this could apply to both men and women, who thereby readily defined the own gender as the proper one, and the other gender as the substitute one. It was no longer a problem for her to seem to be a woman of business, as long as she kept dealing with men as simply not able to reach her standards of being a woman. However, the women at the office of the new workplace considered her a potential threat against their femininity in that she was sophisticated at presenting herself as the woman that was good enough, seemingly for all males around. This, however, wasn't worse than the awful attitudes that she had finally escaped from. ...