I barely know what to say at her interview... she's the kind of woman who welcomed and made the male attention and sexual harassment her own, and revelled in it. For those of us who're lesbian - this is obviously not an option, nor should it be for our heterosexual sisters! Yet an eye opening interview overall.

No kidding. I kind of wondered at the young, cutesy hairdo. She admits that she got where she got using sexuality. And she doesn't seem to have a problem with it. I guess the success of her tactics blinded her to the fact that she should have been welcomed, educated, and respected for her abilities, not her sex appeal. And, between the lines, I sensed a slightly dismissive contempt for women who couldn't or wouldn't use the same tactics. It's wrong that this was what she had to do to succeed in her career, but it's disappointing that she bought what she was sold and is kind of bragging about it.

[–] sashimi33 1 points Edited

I wondered at the hairdo too and thought that it was wrong too for her to be bragging about being successful doing what others didn't want to.