Monday, March 31

National Women's History Month

Since March is National Women’s History Month, I find it fitting that Bloomberg finally decided to run an introspective and enlightening piece on businesswomen over their global wires this morning, coincidentally, on the last day of March.

In honor of women’s achievements and progression in the corporate world, Bloomberg did a great job of providing an honest and intimate depiction of women in the workplace. The article is set in London, where we meet Victoria Gibbs, a personal assistant to prestigious bank executives. Oh, but that’s just her day job. “By night, she puts on hot pants and high heels, climbs a pole and swings upside down.”

Apparently, businessmen and businesswomen have one and only one equalizing factor: their love of pole dancing. So it doesn’t really matter whether you’re a high-paid call girl or a high-paid executive, all that matters is how well you can work that pole, bitches.

Take some time out of your day to reflect on women’s incredible civil and social achievements during the past ninety years by learning how Gibbs gets loose at the esteemed London Academy of Pole Dancing. The full article (and pictures!) can be found here:

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