Today in workplace sexism: a 21-year-old woman who works in PR found herself in a hairy situation (if you hate puns, please report me to HR) when her boss confronted her about not shaving her legs at work. When she refused, she was sent to HR.
So the woman posted on Reddit to find out if she's wrong for refusing to drag a razor (that cost twice as much as a men's razor) over her legs in order to appease her weird co-workers who can't stop staring at her stems.
"AITA* for not shaving my legs for work?" she asked.
*Am I The A**hole
So I’m a 21 year old female. I feel like I should say these thing about myself because these are usually what people ask or say when they find out I rarely shave my legs. I’m straight, I’m very feminine, and I just don’t like to waste my time or money on shaving my legs. Also I’m not a hairy person at all! You can barley see my leg hair, arm hair or even my god damn eyebrows. The only time I shave is when I’m dating a new guy in my life and I’ve been with my current BF for 3 years now. Also he doesn’t give a rats ass if I shave my legs.