I did find the comment sexist (even if it wasnt intentional)
and figured you'd catch some slack for it on the list.
We have a good working group here at our lab which is
a mix of women and men. i think mostly it has to do with
University of Washington
On Tue, 11 Mar 2003 Sylene.Goodwin@UCHSC.edu wrote:
> I didn't find it sexist. I have worked in several different labs over the years, histology and not. The labs where the populations were a balanced mix or a higher percentage of men as opposed to those which were entirely woman, I found to be MUCH better in several ways: work ethic, lack of malicious gossip as well as the ability to work together as a team.
> Sylene MJ Goodwin, B.S. HTL(ASCP)
> University of Colorado Health Sciences Center
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> Sexiest, where did that come from? I am certainly not sexiest. I was merely making a comment, a joke so to speak--about how the site with all men seems to get everything done.
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