Tucker Max wrote piece about gender bias in the media, relating it to he Adam Carolla fiasco. Reading what Max wrote, it got me thinking: I have a strong preference for working with men. On the whole, I find them easier to get along with. Also, they're more direct. If you have an issue, you can say something to the effect of, "Hey, Bob, I thought you were an asshole in how you dealt with that problem. Can we do something different next time?" You'll have it out, and then it will be over with. The times I've worked with women, the drama goes up exponentially with each woman added. And a fight never ends. Women will hold grudges and take everything personally in a way that men just don't. This, however, is just my personal experience. Obviously I work in a heavily male-dominated industry right now, but I put myself through school working service and hospitality, so the industries were totally different from what I work in now. Focus: Do you prefer working with men, or women, or both? Alt. Focus: Has your gender ever been an issue at work?