How An All-Female Pennsylvania Car Repair Shop Is Defying Gender Stereotypes | NBC Nightly News

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At the Girls Auto Clinic Repair Center in suburban Philadelphia, Patrice Banks and her team — armed with red heels and bright red heels — run an all-female …

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31 Replies to “How An All-Female Pennsylvania Car Repair Shop Is Defying Gender Stereotypes | NBC Nightly News”

  1. This is cool, but can women please stop saying "I feel like I'm being taken advantage of". It's your responsibility as an consumer, to do the best you can, to try and receive fair treatment. I'm a 5'7" small/medium framed 151 lb male and people try to take advantage of me throughout life, but I don't have a women card to pull.

  2. I think feminism and male chauvinisn are both examples of insecurity, a guy saying "all women are unfair " and opens up a shop only hiring men making dresses is a bit nuts think about it….., both male and female are equal human beings with strengths and weaknesses, one is not better than the other. The yin and the yang one compliments the other.

  3. My friend Laura is a mechanic. After she finished her apprenticeship whilst working at a BMW dealership she had such a loyal following of both women and male patrons she opened her own shop where she employs three other women now. She told me her customers are all very loyal because they believe they can trust her to not overcharge and she always explains in great detail what work she thinks they need on their vehicles.

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