By Brittany Chain For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 10:31 BST, 1 September 2019 | Updated: 10:31 BST, 1 September 2019
Courtney Dorward (pictured) says behaviour changes toward him when people realise he is a man
A man who claims he experiences gender bias in the workforce due to his conventionally feminine name hopes to educate women on how best to handle sexism in the office.
Courtney Dorwood, from Kensington, west of Melbourne, says he receives condescending emails from men who see him as an 'order taker', but they often change their behaviour toward him when they realise he is a man.
The father-of-one told Daily Mail Australia his employer, NAB, is actively working alongside him to make the workplace a more equal place for men and women.
'We're actively working together to change gender bias,' he said.
He previously told Yahoo News he often feels patronised when communicating with new people over email before they meet him in person.
He believes this is because some people find it easier talking down to women than they do to men, and his name - being a