Funny...I worked at a bank through college, and you had to reach certain targets, but you never had to use your \"charms\". That is what differentiates America from Nigeria (A third world country), if you are expected to use your feminity to get business or do business, and are treadted unfairly say because you fail to do so, you should be thanking your lucky stars because you will have a windfall from a discrimination and harrassment suit.
I\'m sure even those men that are being chased for their business in Nigeria, expect to be treated or chased around by a female, and that is sad. I was talking to a friend, and she was telling me how most jobs will ask you if you are pregnant during an interview, so they determine if they want to hire you or not, man If I go to an interview and get asked the state of my oven, I will be dancing and smiling as I\'m walking out, because the opportunites from that point on are endless. What has pregnancy got to do with how well I will do at a job, or if my qualifications match up to what the company is looking for as long as I am not applying for a job as a female-breastmilk-pumper, if there\'s anything of the sort (in essence, some job that is only applicable to the female species). When I go to work, I trudge along with my backpack and laptop like everyone else I work with, all the males and females are equal and we all ache form carrying it around, noone complains that maybe as a female, my load should be lighter. Nigeria has a long way to go in terms of sexual equalism, and discrimination.