Academician hits Qantas after she is called Miss instead of Doctor

Dr. Siobhan O & # 39; Dwyer, an Australian academic who currently works in the United Kingdom, traveled to Twitter on Friday to complain about her experience of being called Miss.

An academic who criticized Qantas after an air hostess called her "Miss" instead of "doctor" has sparked a heated debate over whether the airline was really guilty.

Dr. Siobhan O & # 39; Dwyer, an Australian academic who currently works in the United Kingdom, traveled to Twitter on Friday to complain about her experience of being called Miss.

Hi, Qantas, my name is Dr. O & # 39; Dwyer. My ticket says Dr. O & # 39; Dwyer. Do not look at my ticket, look at me, look at my ticket, decide it's a typo, and call me Miss O & # 39; Dwyer. I did not spend 8 years in college to be called Miss, "he wrote.

Dr. Siobhan O & # 39; Dwyer, an Australian academic who currently works in the United Kingdom, traveled to Twitter on Friday to complain about her experience of being called Miss.

Dr. Siobhan O & # 39; Dwyer, an Australian academic who currently works in the United Kingdom, traveled to Twitter on Friday to complain about her experience of being called Miss.

Dr. O & Dwyer's tweet provoked a fierce online debate over whether the airline was really guilty

Dr. O & Dwyer's tweet provoked a fierce online debate over whether the airline was really guilty

Dr. O & Dwyer's tweet provoked a fierce online debate over whether the airline was really guilty

The publication received almost 8,000 likes and generated a debate about whether Dr. O & # 39; Dwyer, who has a PhD in Philosophy, or the stewardess was wrong.

Some have said that Dr. O. Dwyer was simply looking for an ego boost, while others argued that not calling his doctor was a sign of disrespect.

His academic colleague Dr. Mel Thomson tweeted his support, writing: "You have all the solidarity in this topic."

"I'm first to finish high school (let alone get several titles) in my family … I'll be damned if a trolleybus decides to honorific call me, FFS."

"I did not spend 8 years in college to be called a young lady," reasoned Dr. O & # 39; Dwyer

Many people were offended by Dr. Thomson's use of the term & # 39; trolley dolly & # 39 ;, saying it was disrespectful to women and to the stewardess profession.

& # 39; Please, do not refer to us as platform cars. We may not have completed a PhD, however, law 2 requires us to maintain quals (sic) that allow us to evacuate an airplane in 90 seconds, keep it alive during the flight, avoid kidnapping, put out fires, etc. ", an airline administrator Twitter account that Belleo tweeted.

Her academic colleague, Dr. Mel Thomson, tweeted her support, but was criticized for calling the stewardesses "cart trolley"

Her academic colleague, Dr. Mel Thomson, tweeted her support, but was criticized for calling the stewardesses "cart trolley"

Her academic colleague, Dr. Mel Thomson, tweeted her support, but was criticized for calling the stewardesses "cart trolley"

"I have always used the right honorific, and I have always taken special care to ensure that I used it when I saw it on a woman's boarding pass, as I was proud to be able to support the woman and her achievements in a world centered on men, "he continued.

& # 39; You just went and get angry with your condescending comment on us & # 39;

Qantas said they agreed with the professionalism of his cabin crew.

"We are extremely proud of our cabin crew that respectfully serves our customers day after day and plays a vital safety role," a Qantas spokesman told Daily Mail Australia.

After her tweet went viral, Dr. O & D; Dwyer tweeted that "it was not about my ego (but) it was about highlighting one of the thousand examples of sexism that women face on a daily basis. of the title, it's about the fact that this would not have happened if it were a man. "

& # 39; Please, do not refer to us as freight cars & # 39 ;, an airline administrator using the Twitter account Belleo tweeted

& # 39; Please, do not refer to us as freight cars & # 39 ;, an airline administrator using the Twitter account Belleo tweeted

& # 39; Please, do not refer to us as freight cars & # 39 ;, an airline administrator using the Twitter account Belleo tweeted

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