What are the circumstances under which a woman stands up when a man enters the room?
- susanLv 78 months agoFavourite answer
If he is head of state. If he is on flag Corp duty, carrying the national flag. If she is military and he outranks her (I'm just guessing on that one.) In any professional setting where she wishes to show respect.
The old fashioned rules that outlined different roles for ladies and gentlemen were meant to apply in social settings. Once women entered the workforce on an equal footing with men, those practices had to go away. However, some people still prefer to follow those customs in social settings.
- PAMELALv 78 months ago
Sometimes a young woman stands up when a much older man enters the room.
- CharlesLv 58 months ago
I don't know of any circumstances for that.
- LônLv 78 months ago
When she's a lawyer and he's a judge.
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- ObserverLv 78 months ago
There are none that I am aware of.
- hungryjoeLv 68 months ago
When she's preparing to knee him in the nads?
Fat Donny perhaps?
- A Yahoo UserLv 78 months ago
When he's brandishing a firearm and screaming "everyone stand and put your hands above your heads"