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Charlotte Proudman shows us her ugly side

by | 10th, September 2015

Screen Shot 2015-09-10 at 12.17.49Charlotte Proudman, 27, ​is in the news. She posted a photo of herself on LinkedIn – perhaps one she selected to portray her at her best, or worst, or fairest, or plainest, or most trustworthy, or most diligent, or most likely to get the judge’s approval and win over the jury? (She tells the Standard it was selected to show her as “smart and neutral “.)

Lawyer Alexander Carter-Silk, 57, saw the snapshot and replied to her:

“Charlotte, delighted to connect. I appreciate that this is politically incorrect but that is a stunning picture!!!. You definitely win the prize for the best Linked in picture I have ever seen. Always inteerst to understant (sic) people’s skills and how we might work together.”

Proudman (and what nominative determinism, there, readers) went tonto. She claimed the lawyer’s words were sexist.

 “I am on linked-in (sic) for business purposes, not to be approached about my physical appearance or to be objectified by sexist men.”

She did not see it as a bonus. She saw it as grossly offensive.

She slammed the lawyer’s “unacceptable and mysogynistic behaviour”.

Yeah. His compliment she decreed was a symbol of Mr Carter-Silk’s, 57, hatred of women. Hate, you see, is not only manifest in chucking acid in a woman’s face, denying them the right to vote, domestic abuse or the any other myriad offences against women. Hatred of women is manifest in telling a woman she looks good.

Proudman slapped the entire

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