Pregnancy Discrimination | August 8, 2018 Act 2 | Full Frontal on TBS

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It's been illegal to discriminate against pregnant women since the 70's, but 2018 has brought us so many things that went out of style 50 years ago. Why should this be any different?
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  1. I. Wynn Wynn

    I. Wynn WynnVor 2 Monate

    True how gross is it that males get more money when their wives have kids but yet women will get paid less when not only when they have kids but also when they do not have kids they still get paid less

  2. I. Wynn Wynn

    I. Wynn WynnVor 2 Monate

    Women go on strike and stay away from males since how badly they look and how badly they treat females

  3. 5%LowBattery

    5%LowBatteryVor 4 Monate

    Why Does the School Day End Two Hours Before the Workday? This mismatch creates a child-care crisis between 3 and 5 p.m. that has parents scrambling for options. On the whole, conflicting school and work schedules cost the U.S. economy $55 billion in lost productivity each year, in large part due to parents (mostly women) who scale back employment and the lost productivity when parents have to take off work during school closures. “We often think about this as a problem every family faces, and it just happens over and over again in this systemic way: The mother cuts back on her hours for when school is closed,” said Catherine Brown, an education-policy researcher at the Center for American Progress. “Why do we have a wage gap? Partially it’s because of this, I believe.”

  4. BrognusBelgen

    BrognusBelgenVor 4 Monate

    0:54 If full bushes were illegal since the 70's, why were there two in the White House? ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

  5. Stay_at_home_Dad_here

    Stay_at_home_Dad_hereVor 4 Monate

    Why does this show exist? Cops eating donut jokes? Horrible show with zero comedy.

  6. Erik Baran

    Erik BaranVor 4 Monate

    So women allegedly lose 4% of their wages after having a baby and men gain 6%? Well, maaaaaayyyybe it's because women are less productive after having kids and men have to pick up the slack. Limited work duties while pregnant, 12 weeks of paid vacation after dropping the kid and then there's doctors appointments, school functions and the inevitable daycare problems. And don't think fathers wouldn't want some time off to do those things, it's just that, since men make more, the family depends on the father's salary more. And things only get worse when number two comes along.

  7. MissNausicaa87

    MissNausicaa87Vor 5 Monate

    Given these amazing conditions, it's really a shock that the birth rate is dropping...I wonder why? I guess women these days are just sooooo selfish!

  8. Kevin Slater

    Kevin SlaterVor 5 Monate

    I understand the need to ensure women keep their jobs or are given lighter work while pregnant. I think it's needed. I am ashamed of my country that this isn't already happening. However I'm worried about stating women make less money after becoming pregnant. What should we do? If a man works the same job and never takes time off work for child care should his wage be reduced to match a woman who takes time off? Should her wage be increased for time she spent not working? Should a man who has more experience because he never takes time off work for child care be passed up for promotions to give more opportunities to women? Should a woman be given a promotion despite having less experience because she took time off for child care? I'm not sure we want to go that route. All studies show that women who have never had children make more money than men. The gender pay gap is a societal issue with women and childcare, I don't think it's something the law can or should be made to handle. Perhaps instead we need to encourage men to play a more active role in their children's lives and when equal time is spent in the home by parents regardless of gender we can look into fixing the wage gap. Perhaps this is something which will happen naturally through automation and a post scarcity world. I can hope.

  9. Leopard-King

    Leopard-KingVor 5 Monate

    Ohhhhh, I thought pregnancy discrimination was when a woman passes on having your baby. I thought saying, "Please let me knock you up," gave you a legal green light. Okay, this saved me an embarrassing call to the office of Jim Sokolove.

  10. Klara Stern

    Klara SternVor 5 Monate

    lightning grotch :/

  11. Sofonda Logic

    Sofonda LogicVor 5 Monate

    Crushed it

  12. Andi amo

    Andi amoVor 5 Monate

    It's just nice to see liberals not bullying women into having abortions, as if it's some sort of feminist right of passage.

  13. mypetlesbian

    mypetlesbianVor 5 Monate

    Overly simplifying correlations surrounding pregnancy as intentional sexism doesn't help resolve any real issues.

  14. Bevlova B

    Bevlova BVor 5 Monate

    AMEN. I bloody love you, Sam. Love from the UK!

  15. boscat666

    boscat666Vor 5 Monate

    hello im a 56 year old man who would like to comment. in my life i heve seen pregnancy discrimination and its idiotic ...but its logical for bosses . all who are a risk including sick or elder people they want to dump . its what a capitalistic world is about ....... but its never fair to people

  16. Andy

    AndyVor 5 Monate

    I like Sam b. And this show. But it always bothers me when shows quote statistics. Like who came up with 4% decrease in pay per child for women and 6% increase for men? What study? Who did it? What figures show these numbers? How was the study done to show these numbers? Why are these figures credible? Random statistics need some validity.

  17. K T

    K TVor 5 Monate

    That would be fully supine on the couch, not prone. Just fyj.

  18. Elizabeth Lingurar

    Elizabeth LingurarVor 5 Monate

    You don’t want us to be pregnant. You don’t want us to have abortions. You don’t want us to have birth control. MAKE UP YOUR MINDS!!!!

  19. Nancy Gonzalez

    Nancy GonzalezVor 5 Monate

    I worked 50 to 55 hours a week while pregnant. We where told we cant leave work until everything is done. If we left work unfinished then we would get a write up. Many people would get fired for essentially not working a 50 plus hour work week.

  20. tenacious645

    tenacious645Vor 5 Monate

    I have to ask, if someone is less capable than the next person or is underperforming compared to their coworkers, do they deserve equal pay? Or if they aren't willing to put in the extra effort are they to be considered as viable a team member as their coworkers who do go the extra mile? I've been outperformed by women before who made more than me as a result. I've also seen women get hired at lower standards than their male co-workers for political reasons. Like female firefighters who get their job even though their performance was far less than the men they passed up to hire her. So for that sentiment I don't think affirmative action is the answer here. If you see this issue black or white, you're going to miss the reality of it. Each case is different, but not all cases are a result of merit and not all cases are a result of sexism.

  21. Dan Dales

    Dan DalesVor 5 Monate

    If the so called pro lifers were really against abortion they would be fighting along side feminists to make things better.

  22. The freest of speech

    The freest of speechVor 5 Monate

    You Get into a car accident and get injured? Lose your job. You trip and twist your ankle and can't do your job? Lose your job. You face any unforeseen occurrence that accidentally hurt you? Lose your job. You Make the choice to get pregnant or choose to continue and pregnancy? Society needs to bend over backwards to help you? That's garbage and discriminatory.

  23. Jon Dunmore

    Jon DunmoreVor 5 Monate

    1:28 -- Is this the "de-aged" version of Megyn Kelly? Jeszus! Fox News! smh

  24. Alixs B.

    Alixs B.Vor 5 Monate

    Oh ladies... Especially young ones. Hey, here's a thought. VOTE!!

  25. tomitstube

    tomitstubeVor 5 Monate

    typical hypocrisy of the pro-life, pro-god, pro-family ideology. or is it ignorance? hard to tell the two apart in today's republican party.

  26. Nova

    NovaVor 5 Monate

    Such a garbage human being. SHAME on you.

  27. Jordan F

    Jordan FVor 5 Monate

    If you are pregnant, you should expect to get discriminate against

  28. Amethyst Samia

    Amethyst SamiaVor 5 Monate

    Walmart has been discriminating against women for years. Take a peek at some of the EEO decisions out there lambasting WalMart for their behavior. After I returned from maternity leave, I was called into the boss’s office and told he didn’t want to hear me discussing the baby. I was to do my job and not answer questions or chit chat. However, men and most non-mothers could discuss anything for as long as they wanted. My employer? The US Government, the ones who are supposed to be “model employers”. Yeah. Sure. Okay. Right. Mhm.

  29. XXtoby233 never

    XXtoby233 neverVor 5 Monate

    Another reason to hate America

  30. Bakato B

    Bakato BVor 5 Monate

    If you don't like what happens when pregnant maybe stop getting pregnant? The world is suffering from severe over population as is, we would all be better off if breeding required a license and was highly regulated.

  31. yoniggas

    yoniggasVor 5 Monate

    Pregnancy is a choice, don't do it if you can't afford .We don't need more human on earth anyway

  32. I'm Just Here

    I'm Just HereVor 5 Monate

    A woman I work with, who has a BA masters, told her boss she was pregnant and he told her that she "just threw away her career." By the time she came back her job was surplused, renamed and given to someone else because she wasn't allowed to apply. She had 3 months to find a new job or else she'd be "permanently" released from the company. She ended up taking a job that paid 1500 less per paycheque.

  33. Dinah Patrick Walker

    Dinah Patrick WalkerVor 5 Monate

    Another thing some dumb news casters wear shoes too big.

  34. Dinah Patrick Walker

    Dinah Patrick WalkerVor 5 Monate

    I think it is discusting to watch pregnant women who are news casters. Gross. Stay home were you belong.

  35. Rylite U.

    Rylite U.Vor 5 Monate

    "...on average, men's earnings increased more than 6 percent when they had children..." and she sarcastically says "and oh god they deserve it." Wow, could it be that men have to work harder and longer hours to support children, which could produce the same outcome? No that's ridiculous huh, must be because of the patriarchy

  36. Geekmom D

    Geekmom DVor 5 Monate

    I was demoted while pregnant, but my state is an "at will" state, so I could take the demotion or get fired.

  37. Mina Bichay

    Mina BichayVor 5 Monate

    How the heck is this on trending!! Why is DE-tube pushing her content, clearly she's not funny or relevant.

  38. drz

    drzVor 5 Monate

    WAAAAAH I'm pregnant and now I can't commit to a job WAAAHH Train and pay me anyways WAAAAHHH

  39. Carl Star

    Carl StarVor 5 Monate

    I watch and support Samantha but this is based on both fact and fallacy. 82% payment due to not working as much and men work more due to supporting wives and that is based on averages. It is a genetic need and that changes the numbers a lot and those that have to work do work but more woman don't so 82%.

  40. Lachlan Campbell

    Lachlan CampbellVor 5 Monate

    Can I please have "America; it disproportionately affects women of color" on a t shirt please?

  41. Fandom guy

    Fandom guyVor 5 Monate

    And conservatives wonder why Abortion is a thing.

  42. DE

    DEVor 5 Monate

    Do all FOX female anchors have to have the dumb blonde bouffant hair?

  43. SPDYellow

    SPDYellowVor 5 Monate

    When it comes to fighting on behalf of pregnant workers, making it so they can't be fired for their condition and the bosses have to accommodate them, it's mostly the Pro-Choice feminists who have taken up the cause. The Anti-Choice crowd is awfully silent when it comes to fighting so that women don't have to get an abortion to save their careers. Gee, I wonder why. :eyeroll:

  44. Gavin Zukowski

    Gavin ZukowskiVor 5 Monate


  45. Rebecca Brockway

    Rebecca BrockwayVor 5 Monate

    Dear Samantha Bee: Do I like blue truth sans spam? Yes, I like them, Sam I am!

  46. HarfangX

    HarfangXVor 5 Monate

    While I agree women need to be accommodated so they can have kids... well I agree with all that was said... ... that woman just is not funny! Not even close to making me smile!

  47. Fat Lady Farmer

    Fat Lady FarmerVor 5 Monate

    Funny when I mentioned that having a baby seemed to come with a promotion I was told it just didn't work that way. Just coincidence I watched three men have that happen and no women. Silly me.

  48. Jeff Foehringer

    Jeff FoehringerVor 5 Monate

    Fun fact. Full bushes have only been out of style since the 90s. Clean shaven has only been in style for the last 15 years. Need to bring back the 90s.

  49. Subhana Begum

    Subhana BegumVor 5 Monate

    I loved this segment, from all working moms "thank you sb"

  50. ekedini

    ekediniVor 5 Monate


  51. Heather Bailie

    Heather BailieVor 5 Monate

    That last bit describing pregnancy. GAH. And people wonder why even talking about pregnancy grosses me out so much.

  52. Artsy_Judoka

    Artsy_JudokaVor 5 Monate

    Implying that the entire wage gap between women with and without children is the fault of this discrimination is reductionist. Someone has to put a lot of time and effort into that kid after it's born, time that takes away from work and is most commonly put in by the mother.

  53. Jacqueline Moon

    Jacqueline MoonVor 5 Monate

    Wish I could like this 100 times

  54. Focux

    FocuxVor 5 Monate

    Wish you would die 100 deaths.

  55. Purple Tunic productions

    Purple Tunic productionsVor 5 Monate

    Wait! Where am I?

  56. KevinWood44

    KevinWood44Vor 5 Monate

    Samantha B is not even a little funny!!

  57. Focux

    FocuxVor 5 Monate

    It's so mysterious that people give women who can't do as much any more are given less to do and when they do less they earn less. Whoah.... mysterious.... oooooooooooooh *ghost noises*

  58. Focux

    FocuxVor 5 Monate

    "America, it disproportionately helps women of color" is actually significantly more accurate.

  59. samira Ansari

    samira AnsariVor 4 Monate

    Focux No, it‘s really not. And you know that, don‘t you? So why feel the need to comment? Is it because you feel that your own mediocrity has caused you to have less than you feel you deserve, and you need to blame Woc for that? Or is it just a lack of nuance, insight or empathy? Do you feel angry at the world, and therefor have the need to hate watch videos, and write hateful comments, even though you know you‘re actually helping Samantha by watching? Either way, it might be healthier for you to talk to a therapist, rather than to attempt witty, edgy internet comments- you‘re just kind of missing the witty and edgy part.

  60. Focux

    FocuxVor 5 Monate

    Wage Gap is a joke.

  61. Focux

    FocuxVor 5 Monate

    No way.....? You take 10 months off from work and get paid less afterwards? WHOAH!!!! NO WAY!!!!!

  62. samira Ansari

    samira AnsariVor 4 Monate

    Focux You‘re absolutely right. So, let‘s just all not have children anymore, then the problem is solved right? However, weirdly enough, society does not want that either. If a woman doesn‘t work, she‘s called old-fashioned, and if she doesn‘t have children she‘s called heartless, and if she takes time off to have the child, while working, she‘s clearly at fault and should be paid less, as if she was going on a ten-month vacation. No matter what she chooses, it‘s always wrong. But yeah, your smartass comment definitely solved the problem. Congrats, genius.

  63. Focux

    FocuxVor 5 Monate

    You complain about one random off case using an old fake bit from a night show yet take the completely comedic faked interview with Ocasio Cortez or whatever that socialist subhuman's name is seriously? Do we even need to call out the hypocrisy any more or is it just accepted at this point?

  64. Focux

    FocuxVor 5 Monate

    "WHY AREN'T WE LETTING PREGNANT WOMEN GET SHOT AT!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?" The autism is strong with this episode.

  65. thehALomolov2

    thehALomolov2Vor 5 Monate

    So in other words their pregnancies prevented them from doing the jobs they were hired for... Most positions cannot accommodate less hours, weeks off, let alone the restrictions the employee chose to take on knowing it interferes with their ability to do their job. If a crane operator decides to have lazer eye surgery, it's not the employers job to jump through hoops for the employees choices. If you're in an unskilled job, don't expect your positon to remain empty if you abruptly leave or stop doing your duties. If youre in a skilled position that can't be vacant, expect your position to be filled as it can't be left undone. Best case, plan your life choices for the times that fit best with everything else going on in your life, maybe wait till the big work project ends before popping out a baby, or schedule the time off in advance so your work isn't caught by surprise.

  66. Ndubisi Nwafor

    Ndubisi NwaforVor 5 Monate

    Honestly, I cannot imagine how we allow things like this happen. Women really should be commended instead of punished.

  67. Focux

    FocuxVor 5 Monate

    A person can't do their job. A person demands less work. A person gets paid less for less work. A person leaves their job for an extended period of time. In literally no world does the above apply to any employee that expects to keep their job or keep their wage. Why does this apply to women?

  68. Boopala 1

    Boopala 1Vor 5 Monate

    Women, we are the ones who need to run the world 🌍!!

  69. Joanne Black

    Joanne BlackVor 5 Monate

    I'm in healthcare and the insurance companies are also doing it. Most 'Christian' health plans don't cover pregnancy or preventive medicine.

  70. Focux

    FocuxVor 5 Monate

    That's fine.

  71. ThatOneGuyWithTheExtremelyLongName

    ThatOneGuyWithTheExtremelyLongNameVor 5 Monate

    Help I got fired from my job wine tasting cause I’m pregnant! What madness is this?!

  72. Jimbissle

    JimbissleVor 5 Monate


  73. Jimbissle

    JimbissleVor 5 Monate

    Why No?

  74. Focux

    FocuxVor 5 Monate


  75. Helenshipsships

    HelenshipsshipsVor 5 Monate

    How about tax benefits for companies that give mothers a year off?

  76. Focux

    FocuxVor 5 Monate

    "But. Muh taxes." ~Every democrat ever.

  77. JunglyLolly

    JunglyLollyVor 5 Monate

    Happens in Canada too

  78. Focux

    FocuxVor 5 Monate


  79. The Long Road

    The Long RoadVor 5 Monate

    American women deserve paid leave when pregnant at least 9 months. But the gender pay gap claims need unbias research. Last I looked into it I found feminist propoghanda.. Has anyone got any links I can look at?

  80. Joel Applegate

    Joel ApplegateVor 5 Monate

    Wow. Bee's commentary is always just as incisive and informative as it is funny.

  81. Focux

    FocuxVor 5 Monate

    None of those things apply to anything in this video.

  82. DevilGamer

    DevilGamerVor 5 Monate

    5:40 Yeah because men definitely don't work harder to provide for their growing family, and the mother definitely doesn't spend more time looking after the child, no, of course not.

  83. Peter Washington

    Peter WashingtonVor 5 Monate

    I'm big and black and I want to get Samantha B pregnant!!

  84. Focux

    FocuxVor 5 Monate

    Ew dude... that's disgusting.


    GOOGLE TAQIYYAVor 5 Monate

    Samantha Be a propaganda spreading lying fool. Who the bigger fool ? The fool or the fool that follows them ?

  86. samira Ansari

    samira AnsariVor 4 Monate

    GOOGLE TAQIYYA The fool who comments rambling nonsense, and thinks that anyone cares, probably.

  87. emcats84

    emcats84Vor 5 Monate

    Such misleading propaganda. Especially surrounding the earnings gap claims.

  88. J Andrews

    J AndrewsVor 5 Monate

    It’s not like pregnant women need to eat or pay rent! For the rest of their lives.

  89. Focux

    FocuxVor 5 Monate

    It's not like pregnant women are pregnant for the rest of their lives.

  90. Top Pay Position

    Top Pay PositionVor 5 Monate

    Creep why aren't you fired yet.

  91. krishna kishor bhat

    krishna kishor bhatVor 5 Monate

    Wage decrease for a working lady with new born is sad, there should be protection to their y-o-y salary hike, but pointing out men salary increase due to a child birth is unhealthy. After all it should help average the cost for a family with a new born. Issue is that it is the single mom's who are suffering the most, when it comes to supporting a child. But then shouldn't it also be the responsibility of the man who willing fathered the child, to support her.

  92. Markus Johnsen

    Markus JohnsenVor 5 Monate

    There are fair reasons why having pregnancies lower your relative wage compared to that of someone who has not carried a child. In Norway mothers get up to 10 months paid leave from work. This is a good investment for both the mothers and childrens health and development. However, this means the mother will have 10 months less seniority at the workplace, and she may also be less flexible with what shifts she can work due to the childs dependence on her. Where I work, flexibility is what earns you the most.

  93. Markus Johnsen

    Markus JohnsenVor 5 Monate

    Winter Dream it sounds like your experience was pretty terrible. Let me turn this around for you. If a man worked the same job as a post-pregnancy woman, with the same amount of experience, with the same education, doing the same shifts, he would be paid exactly the same as the woman. Without checking any sources right now, I would think Scandinavia is the best place for a woman to be working if she wants equal rights, opportunities and a family.

  94. Winter Dream

    Winter DreamVor 5 Monate

    +Markus Johnsen good reason not to move to Norway then. If I'm doing the same kind of work on an equal level, pay me the same and don't pass me over, pregnant or not. When I was pregnant long ago and working as an assistant manager, I was passed over for a promotion. Instead they made a guy who had no managerial skills and couldn't operate a cash register the new manager. During rushes, I had to operate my drawer AND help him on his. Finally I left and left them to their own disaster as they deserved. Later after my child was born, I went back to work with the same skills and needing to support my child like any other parent. And production doesn't go down when I goes up.

  95. Markus Johnsen

    Markus JohnsenVor 5 Monate

    Working the same amount of hours does not mean they produce the same result. This is why wages go up a "ladder" in Norway, based on how much experience you have accumulated in your line of work. People with children, often but not always mothers, tend to spend more time with their family than at work. Another argument is that working 19hr shifts from 15.00 to 10.00 the next day is something people with children tend to avoid. 17 of those 19 hours are paid extra, because of the inconvenience. I am not saying women should be paid less because of pregnancies. I am trying to explain that it is not necessarily because of discrimination that they earn less. At least in Norway that is.

  96. Focux

    FocuxVor 5 Monate

    Agreed. But they aren't. So.... you agree with Markus then.

  97. Winter Dream

    Winter DreamVor 5 Monate

    If you're working the same hours, or even different hours, and are doing thd same job then there is no reason to lower wages for having a child. That's just bass-ackwards.

  98. S.A SKILLS

    S.A SKILLSVor 5 Monate

    These free earpods are almost out of stock hurry up and get them before they're gone!

  99. Paul Lomax

    Paul LomaxVor 5 Monate

    Why is this barking lunatic on my DE-tube? And why am I not surprised that Samantha is complaining about other women complaining? Why are you girls always playing the victim?

  100. Wow Craft

    Wow CraftVor 5 Monate

    Why were those women outta the kitchen in the first place??

  101. bel pet

    bel petVor 4 Monate

    Ha. Ha. Ha.

  102. Amy does things

    Amy does thingsVor 5 Monate

    I hope you are joking.

  103. Ramani Visvanathan

    Ramani VisvanathanVor 5 Monate

    More women need to be voted to congress.

  104. Focux

    FocuxVor 5 Monate

    No. They don't.

  105. Ethan Ragbir

    Ethan RagbirVor 5 Monate

    200k views and 5th on trending? DE-tube isn't (((biased)))

  106. Supernatural Crossroad

    Supernatural CrossroadVor 5 Monate

    Wal*mart did this to me in ‘96

  107. Focux

    FocuxVor 5 Monate


  108. Wayne

    WayneVor 5 Monate

    You da man in 'woman' Sam. I salute you.

  109. Focux

    FocuxVor 5 Monate

    That's insulting.

  110. Jeannette Martinez

    Jeannette MartinezVor 5 Monate

    Love you, Samantha Bee!

  111. Focux

    FocuxVor 5 Monate

    It's okay, you'll get your first IQ point one day.

  112. K M

    K MVor 5 Monate

    Discriminating against the Wonder of Life itself... Is this how men in charge channel their envy of barely being part of it all?!

  113. Focux

    FocuxVor 5 Monate

    Lol, your hateful ways will only dig you into a deeper and more pitiful hole. Good luck.

  114. Quad Squad FPV

    Quad Squad FPVVor 5 Monate

    You are a hate monger


    JAMES LUNEVor 5 Monate

    Sam, dont spread the wage gap myth...


    JAMES LUNEVor 5 Monate

    Boopala 1 A woman in a salon dying hair wont make as much as a man working at an oil drill


    JAMES LUNEVor 5 Monate

    Boopala 1 honey, when women decide to work heavy duty jobs, then the wage gap you hate so much will be gone

  118. Boopala 1

    Boopala 1Vor 5 Monate

    JAMES LUNE It is not a myth. You and others that think the same want it to been one.


    JAMES LUNEVor 5 Monate

    Wait sam has kids? I bet they are as gorgeous as she is

  120. Focux

    FocuxVor 5 Monate

    So... not at all?

  121. Paul Lomax

    Paul LomaxVor 5 Monate

    JAMES LUNE You mean screaming, unhinged lunatics?

  122. Fumbles

    FumblesVor 5 Monate

    and this only has 208,000 views. this propaganda has once again failed. good job!

  123. Jacob Shahwan

    Jacob ShahwanVor 5 Monate

    This is comedy gold right here

  124. JayTwoTwo

    JayTwoTwoVor 5 Monate

    How to close the wage gap... do over time like a Man and don't get pregnant like a man.

  125. Arsenic c

    Arsenic cVor 5 Monate

    Canada maternity leave is 12 months to 18 months. My wife had a hard pregnancy and by doctor orders was requested for half days, her employer gave no issues. I couldn't imagine the stress that some of these womans went through, for small compromises to make them a little more comfortable.

  126. Howard Smith

    Howard SmithVor 5 Monate

    But the gender pay Gap is a myth though

  127. JayTwoTwo

    JayTwoTwoVor 5 Monate

    Shhh we're not suppose to talk about it.

  128. Mommy Bang

    Mommy BangVor 5 Monate


  129. Felicia Gardner

    Felicia GardnerVor 5 Monate

    It gets even harder after you have kids. Even if you have a BA or higher. I got fired after I was about 6 months pregnant, decided than to finish school. The moment you say kids your out.