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Best Answer Andrew Spacey says
I think it started out as supposed to flatter women - that was forty years ago. The more things change the more they stay the same when you consider how some music stars choose to portray themselves now.
Adam Jamieson says
Hmmm, as a mother of two teen girls and growing up in the 70's where men treated me in the workplace as a bit of a grab, I would hope the average British male, (and there are women who do all the jobs you mention) would have moved on by now. Oh well
or maybe be respectful to the remaining 50% of the population who are women. Just a thought:-)
Yes, I heard about it on the CBC and thought it would be an interesting question. When younger I had friends who thought being a P3 girl was the bees knees and that attitude was supported by men and women. I didn't the read the Sun in the UK either.