Dating a busy attorney
She started using the pronoun “He” and she stuck with it.
Does it really matter, or does she need to write He/She, everytime, what about when the genderless people come or double gendered, He/she/battlehelicopterkind/etc.
You were just trying to tell the story about Linda from the hairdressers moving in with her sister, and now all of a sudden you’re having an intense discussion about the pros and cons of the Landlord and Tenant Act. It’s odd that the article keeps referring to a ‘boyfriend’.
I assume the author thinks we still haven’t really knocked down the sexist walls that cage female legal eagles, and it’s still a ‘male’ profession?
Your mum would be so proud, but it sounds better than it is Imagine the joy on your mum’s face if you came home and told her you were dating a lawyer. They really don’t make very good partners — in the romantic sense, at least.
No wonder they are amongst the most right swiped professions on Tinder. Dating a lawyer sounds waaay better than it actually is.
Although if I were being charitable, I would say that it was written from a female perspective and an attempt has been made to make it gender neutral, but the misses are down to, once again LC, poor proofing and editing.
He may try to even the score by fighting about custody of the children or how to split the marital estate.