Sexism at Uber from female management #UberStory
Keala Lusk

Taking your story as a subjective input, there is a lot of covert hostility in the way Tina performs her management duties. First of all, if there is no company dress code, coming to work in a tank top should be ok. Some salivating nerds will have problems concentrating on the job, but that is not your problem. This is not Iran. The way Tina belittles your coding efforts she is really showing signs of jealousy. It was a good decision to leave Uber, as such working conditions would have worn you down. Your comment about white men power was not so smart. Apparently all of us harbor some kind of prejudice.

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