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Turn The Masculinity On and Off and Earn More
If you want to make money like a man, maybe it’s time to act like one. That’s what a Stanford Graduate School of Business study suggests. Evidently, women who exhibit more masculine traits such as “aggressive, assertive and confident” behavior “but who can turn these traits on and off” depending on the circumstance, get more promotions than either men or other women.
Feminine behaviors aren’t associated with leadership and confidence, the way masculine traits are. Women who learn how and when to flip the switch gained 50 percent “more promotions than masculine men and had an equal or greater advantage, in terms of promotions received, over feminine women and feminine men.”
It’s a thin line these “chameleons” have to walk. If they are too feminine than they are not perceived as leaders, but if they come across too masculine they run the risk of not being liked.
This leaves a big opportunity in the workplace for "trannies." Don’t be surprised if Fortune 500 companies start hiring pre- and post-opt transvestites in upper management positions. After all, tannies are applauded for having the femininity of a woman while at the same time having the balls of a man (sometimes literally).