) Whether it’s company-wide or city-wide, this is the perfect kind of impetus to create a networking group for women in your niche area.

All it takes is one or two women at different companies to get the ball rolling; you could even reach out to your alumni groups to see if other women are working locally.

” (It is a software I use daily and most of them use once or twice every two weeks.) It was a very unpleasant lunch, and I came away with the perception this was par for the course for my co-workers, as they didn’t indicate their conversation was in any way unusual.

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2017 Update: We still stand by this advice on what to do when you work with sexist pigs (although hopefully in 2017 the tide is turning! You may also want to check out some of our more recent discussions on sexual harassment at work.

My current workplace is relatively gender-balanced, and after a year of working here I haven’t really encountered any overt sexism.

I’m also going to assume that everyone at this lunch was, more or less, on the same “level,” and no supervisor was present.

So how DO you handle such sexism in the actual moment?

But start keeping notes of what was said, and when (including saving any emails or voicemails that are misogynistic).

There may come a time, either when you’ve been passed over for a promotion or just when You Can’t Take It Anymore, that you want to bring suit.

However, at a colleague’s small farewell lunch two weeks ago where I was just one of two women, I was unpleasantly surprised.