A woman in her 20s claims her pay-for-sex charges for sex were covered by her employer’s insurance.

But she says the company isn’t going to refund her money because she’s a woman.

The woman, who works at a technology company, was hired by a company that offers insurance to workers, and she’s not a woman herself.

But the company offers a “guaranteed rate” of return on insurance coverage for the cost of sex, which includes all the cost for paying the prostitute for sex, according to a spokeswoman for the company.

If you’re a woman and you pay for sex through a company, they are not required to cover it.

If you’re male, they have to, she said.

The company is also not required under law to provide any financial assistance for the women to get back their money, she added.

But, she wrote, “we cannot guarantee that you will be reimbursed.”

The woman says she’s being discriminated against, and says she didn’t want to be a burden on the company and on her employer.

She says she has paid for sex with men before, and her employer has provided financial assistance to her in the past.

The employee, who did not want to give her name, filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Sacramento, claiming the company failed to give adequate information about the terms of her policy and the costs of providing it.

The case is scheduled to go to trial in May.