Confessions of a Bond Girl – Mail on Sunday

A couple of months after I was fired for gross misconduct from my job as a City bond broker – in April 2008 – I found myself sitting with two other women waiting to appear on Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour as part of its ‘Sexism in the City’ series. One was the head of diversity for a big management consultancy, the other a top employment lawyer specialising in women’s rights. They were chatting away, and clearly knew one another from the ‘sexism circuit’: the various women trotted out to discuss the big, bad, bully-boy bankers, and the evil strip clubs they allegedly dwell in, every time a new sexual discrimination case is splashed across the papers.

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