This week's episode addresses honesty and if / when we actually believe women. 

Here are some things we talk about in this episode:

First of all, the Onion wins forever:

Mike Pence Asks Waiter To Remove Mrs. Butterworth From Table Until Wife Arrives

WASHINGTON-Expressing concerns about the propriety of being left alone with a syrup container of the opposite sex, Vice President Mike Pence reportedly asked his waiter Thursday to remove Mrs. Butterworth from the table until his wife arrived to join him at a local diner.

Grab something you don't mind smashing because here comes FEMALE HYSTERIA:

Female hysteria - Wikipedia

Female hysteria was once a common medical diagnosis, reserved exclusively for women, that is no longer recognized by medical authorities as a medical disorder. Its diagnosis and treatment were routine for hundreds of years in Western Europe. Hysteria of both genders was widely discussed in the medical literature of the nineteenth century.

How Doctors Take Women's Pain Less Seriously:

How Doctors Take Women's Pain Less Seriously

When my wife was struck by mysterious, debilitating symptoms, our trip to the ER revealed the sexism inherent in emergency treatment. I knew which end of the spectrum we were on. Rachel was nearly crucified with pain, her arms gripping the metal rails blanched-knuckle tight. I flagged down the first nurse I could.

Martin and Nicole (not our Nicole, another Nicole) switch emails:

This guy did an email experiment to find out how women are treated differently to men. The results were fascinating

A guy called Martin Schneider did an email experiment to find out how differently women are treated to men after one of his staff kept getting a shitty time from a client. Stick with this all the way through to the end because it's worth it.

Nicole Hallberg is a Boss-Ass Bitch:

Working While Female - Nicole Hallberg - Medium

A Twitter thread has gotten some attention recently, where my former-coworker / current-best friend, Marty, recounted the day he realized just how bad, and insidious, workplace sexism could be. After noticing that a client was treating him like crap while his email signature was accidentally set to my name, we came up with an experiment.

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