As a feminist, and a female engineer, I make it a point to be approachable and not get upset at people for their missteps or assumptions of me in this industry.
What It’s Like to Be a Woman at a Tech Conference
Chloe Condon

As a UX designer, I don’t have to deal with people assuming that I have a different job. However, in a company full of developers, I’m one of the few women who meet with clients. The night before my first client meeting, I received the generic “dress code” email telling me to wear a “button down and slacks, no jacket, no tie.” It was so clearly written with only men in mind, the sender apologized the next day!

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