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cuddles
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coming out at work

Postby cuddles » Thu Jun 25, 2015 11:13 am

Interesting article in the Guardian - fully expected to find it was an interview with Debbie..... I also scrolled down looking for her name in the comments section - Debs, maybe it's not too late to add your twopennorth? (maybe it's more now, you know, devaluation and stuff...)

http://www.theguardian.com/careers/2015 ... er-at-work

Cuddles xxx

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Re: coming out at work

Postby Davina » Thu Jun 25, 2015 7:30 pm

We are a bit like Marmite really lol
I don't bother with Hello's anymore as for most of you that's all you'll do here . . . . OMG i'm such a bitch. . . !

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Re: coming out at work

Postby DebbieT » Fri Jun 26, 2015 8:12 am

I was interviewed. If interviewed is the right word...I submitted. That's better.

Sadly, there's insufficient remarkable stuff about my transition that the paper thought was interesting enough to publish. I knew a few girls who were interviewed (you submitted a form, and then questions were sent by email), including one who's job is helping companies come to terms with LGBT - she's REALLY interesting, and won an award and stuff, and she still didn't get in. My idyllic little life isn't interesting!

I try and avoid the comments section of newspapers, because they can make me sad, angry and annoyed. These are negative emotions that I don't need. Plus, I get the urge to strike back. I am banned from the Independent's comment section for winding up the bigots.

Debbie

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Re: coming out at work

Postby HelenR » Fri Jun 26, 2015 8:07 pm

I used to read The Independent, years ago, before it turned into The Dailytimesgraphexpressmail.


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