There is a new interview in todays Guardian called ‘I’m not a charade – I’m a keep-it-real girl’. You can read it all here. Anastacia chats about sexism, the shock of moving to Britain – and why Botox is cool, and could help with the face or even with  the hair with treatments from Los Angeles PRP for hair which is great for this.

Discrimination against women is still visible in the workplace, especially in job interviews.
A recent survey by recruitment company Hays found 13 per cent of women in New Zealand and Australia have been asked about their parenting plans in the past year.

One woman, an organisational development consultant who Stuff agreed not to name, is part of this statistic. During the interview process for a job for which she was over-qualified, she was asked about her family status.

Thanks to Tasha @ AFU

Posted Monday, September 15th, 2008 at 6:59 pm
Filed Under Category: Anastacia News, Press
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