Whenever the debate and stereotyping of of women bosses comes up, I think of all the ones I've had and I'm happy to say that with the exception of one (her favourite book was Vampire Diaries,there's no way I'm not holding that against her) they've been smart, driven and overall really great to work with not to mention, inspirational. When I think about my best friends (both women bosses themselves), I feel the same way.
I suppose he fancied himself something of a ladies man and he may well have been but what he probably didn't realise was that he had a cold and an infection and I, with my over sensitive sense of smell could think of nothing except how repulsive it all seemed while I wondered how much longer I could hold my breath.
I rarely find myself around people who are crude and low class but the other day, I was forced to keep company with some of this ilk. It's quite surprising though that coming from the same family, with the same upbringing; some people are capable of behaving well, while others are downright vulgar.
It only goes to show that 'class' is determined not by how much money you have or your status in society, but by how your comport yourself.