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I worked with and under feminists dictators who treated any white male with open hostility if they weren't gay or subservient, calling people out on their abuse got me ostracized and made my life harder, even when it hurt the company bottom line by limiting my productivity, the liberals placed their feelings far above any petty concern like professionalism or corporate profitability. I've worked in 3 jobs in California where women got huge favoritism and could be openly hostile, or make unfounded allegations, where males suffered and had NO recourse except to quit, which I did in all 3 cases. Liberals make the worst work nazis I've ever seen.
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