So. Are you saying that ONLY female bosses are toxic? All female bosses are toxic? No male bosses are toxic???

OK, you acknowledge that such absolutes are simply not true. But you DON'T represent that view with any examples. You are on a thoroughly emotional rant, and an angry, unreasonable rant is all your readers are gonna get.

You need to rethink the extraordinarily limited universe in which you are judging female bosses -- singling them out like that.

Does the toxicity come attatched to female genitals? And somehow male genitals don't have that problem?

If you don't believe that, then you KNOW this is a cultural and not a genetic thing.

Ever consider that female bosses have to be stronger than male bosses just to prove that they "have the balls" so to speak to even BE a boss?

Have you ever once thought about why specific bosses are overly pushy? Or do you think it's in their hormones...? No, it's culture, dear boy.

So do what women have been told to do all their lives: appease them. Find a way to get to know them. Ohhh...wait...I see you are clearly an anti-social person.

Hold back your temper. Take deep breaths. And go to work FFS.

I've had lots of toxic male bosses. One or two toxic female bosses. The toxicity with men (like the one I suspect you will become, since your thought processes and logic are totally effed up) comes from their toxic reactions to STRONG women.

The men who have a problem with strong women are the ones who are fearful of losing their manhood. I've seen this happen all the time. They want their women bosses to be "nice mommies" and they can't deal with women who are critical of them and have POWER behind that criticism.

Sounds to me like YOU are the one with the problem. Otherwise you wouldn't be making global statements like this.

I suggest that you take that overly sensitive crap off your shoulders and don't effing react.

Women have been putting up with that shit for CENTUJRIES.

Grow the F up.

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Retired professor, feminist, writer, photographer, activist, grandmother of 5, overall Wise Woman. Phd UIA School of Journalism & Mass Communication, 1994.

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Georgia NeSmith

Georgia NeSmith

Retired professor, feminist, writer, photographer, activist, grandmother of 5, overall Wise Woman. Phd UIA School of Journalism & Mass Communication, 1994.

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