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Is there anything less self-aware than a man saying a woman talks too much in meetings?
Is there anything less self-aware than a man saying a woman talks too much in meetings?

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After the misogynist Yoshiro Mori, who headed up Tokyo’s Olympics organising committee, was forced to resign for suggesting that women talk too much in meetings, the governing party in Japan has one-upped him. The Liberal Democratic Party announced that it would allow five women lawmakers to observe its all-male board meetings. The catch? They aren’t allowed to talk, but can submit opinions afterwards.

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