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  This is the problem the employee is having:  
I work for a very large company and in our division, the last 6 promotions have been given to men. None of these promotions or "job offerings" were posted, nor were they offered to women. In fact, only one man out of the 6 actually had the experience to do the job. We have women with more experience to do the job than the men do. We also do not have a single woman manager in our division either - they are all men. It is a known fact within our division, if you do not have the right body parts, you don't get promoted. We have had women leave the company, knowing that they would never be promoted. How do I discuss this concern with our company especially having a male manager without drawing too much attention and getting called a whistle blower amongst other things?  


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