A close-up of the shoes of France's President Francois Hollande, left, and Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May as they greet each other prior to a meeting at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Thursday, July 21, 2016. (AP Photo/Thibault Camus)
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In 1985, when I became a journalist, I was invited to join a group of female colleagues who met regularly to discuss how rotten it was being a woman at work.Marissa Mayer last week complained to the Financial Times that the media had it in for her because she was a woman -- and FT readers responded as I did all those years ago.Ms Mayer may have done a poor job.Ms Mayer complained at how the media is obsessed with women's clothes, citing Hillary Clinton and her pantsuits. If I were CEO I wouldn't have posed like that in a million years, but then that's because upside down and thus clad I would not have looked a pretty sight. Ms Mayer, on the other hand, looked a very pretty sight, and did the world a favour by proving you can be gorgeous, blonde, love clothes and run a big company in male-dominated IT.
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