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Equality Check - embed - fix I am not available for sex. Unbelievably these are words I had to write on my Prostitutd profile this week. Working in PR and events my industry was totally shut down due to Covid - and is only just starting to show shoots of recovery now. I expected this. What I did not expect was to be sat in floods of tears proshitute a potential work message left me feeling shaken and violated, with two tear-dampened basset hounds refusing to leave my side.
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Unbelievably these are words I had to write on my LinkedIn profile this week. Working in PR and prosttute my industry was totally shut down due to Covid - and is only just starting to show shoots of recovery now. I expected this. What I did not expect was to be sat in nujbers of tears after a potential work message left me feeling shaken and violated, with two tear-dampened basset hounds refusing to leave my side.
The cause was a WhatsApp message I received, asking if I was still looking for work. As most of my jobs start this way I felt hopeful.
Maybe at last things were returning to normal? I excitedly told my boyfriend and happily trotted out of the door for my morning waddle feeling like we might be OK after all.
As someone whose mental health has, like so many, been battered by lockdown this message suddenly made me feel better; lighter on my feet, the water looked clearer, the skies more blue and even the dogs less pudgy. When I returned to the desk, I continued our correspondence. It soon became clear that these messages were from an unknown man looking for sex. There is no suggestion anywhere that I am interested in anything other than work in those phons. I am vulnerable.
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I have had no Government help during lockdown, as the career I have spent years building up plummeted off a cliff face. The anti-bac stockpilers who tried to profiteer from this crisis at the start have drifted away, but now we are faced with another type of opportunist - one who sees the chance ln harass women when many of us are at our lowest ebb. As the shock has worn off, and the dogs dried off, I have become beyond furious that anyone should try to take advantage ib the dire employment situation right now in such a way.
Prositute breaks my heart that some women may have taken up these offers having literally no choice, and scares me that naive ones could be putting themselves in danger. The many messages I received since I have shared my story on social media have left me in absolutely no doubt that my experience is the tip of the iceberg.
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As a confident - some may say bossy - producer, I thought I would be able to shake this off. Instead I have been freaked out and feel utterly degraded. Has so little changed for working women since then?
Even post MeToo? All this at a time when we are being to leave our name and at pubs and restaurants for test and trace - being asked to trust total strangers with our personal details. That has already proved upsetting for ib women, with bartenders and waiters using their data - against the law - to initiate contact and make unwanted advances.
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Letter to the Pristitute Equality Check I have never experienced such predatory behaviour before. I can only assume social changes caused by lockdown have given some men such a feeling of power.
We are more likely to have been furloughed or lost our jobs. The industries worst hit - social care, hospitality, retail - are those overwhelmingly staffed by women. Because so many women, like me, are seeking work we have no choice but to continue to open ourselves up to potential predatory behaviour. Nu,bers my off my CV is phoje an option - however much I might want to - as companies simply would wonder what was wrong.
I now have to continue my daily job-hunting routine with a feeling of utter dread every time I send out my CV in case it lands in the inbox of a predator. The whole point of ensuring my achievements and skills are seen by as many people as possible seems like a dangerous and silly thing to do now.
I am incensed and outraged that anyone should try to take advantage of the dire job situation in such a way, and even more angry with myself that even with years of experience I allowed myself to feel freaked out and humiliated by this man. I have no way of finding out who he is - short of asking a friend to call the and somehow find out - otherwise I would report him. I have no doubts that, pre-lockdown, I would have shrugged this off and thought of a name for a fetish that involved watching someone shout at Excel all day.
I would have never have allowed him to have that power over me. So today I carry on, sharing my phone with numerous recruiters and potential employers, who of course never reply. Job hunting is exhausting and I realise I am not alone in finding this.
However in it turns out to also be dangerous and degrading for me. Being a woman is hard sometimes.