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Join the Debate: Rules for Women

Join in by adding your thoughts to our most commented-on articles. This week's theme: Rules for Women on Wall Street.

Our item on the added pressures women face when creating a Wall Street-appropriate professional wardrobe drew a lot of attention - from men.

"Are you kidding me?" wrote one investment banker. "The guys feel obliged to wear a tie, or least a shirt. And the women basically turn up in anything - sleeveless, 3 quarter pants etc etc. You gotta be kidding me." And Dean, a trader, said the story was "much ado about nothing."

What do you think? Add your comment to More Unwritten Rules for Women on Wall Street.

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AUTHORMark Feffer Insider Comment
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    Helen
    5 April 2007

    Not the least bit surprised at all the misogynistic comments. Hey ho, dealing with cavemen makes life that little bit more fun (yawn). The chaps in this field are about 100 years behind their peers in other sectors - and one day they might actually catch up. Don't hold your breath though.

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