Show to me the studies you are quoting here. I find it incredibly hard to believe that women find sexual harrassment laws limiting to their career.The thing I'm angry about is the hostile environment men now have to work in and that translates to less equity for women. Now even women are afraid to hire women because the company could be held liable if a woman complains.
And no, I am not going to give you a pass because "everyone knows this". If you are going to spout this as fact, I want the proof of your argument.
Otherwise, don't expect me to swallow what you are shoveling.
See above reference to "fact".The law presumes guilt. Draconian sexual harassment policies trivialize real victims and make women look hysterical and pathetic. It puts feminism back 30 years. It's dangerous for men and women.
The whole politically correct agenda polarized everyone and creates hostility.
Here is the sanity.If a man was really harassing a woman I would be the first to put his head on the block, but we need some sanity here. We can't joke, we can't flirt, we can't be friends with women at work. There is always the chance that the slightest, most innocent comment will get you fired.
I don't pay my employees to joke, flirt or to form friendships. I pay them to work. Dealing with crap like this forces me to move MY energies from moving my company forward to dealing with insensitive cretins who believe it should be in their rights to give a female coworker a friendly slap on the can when she has done a good job.
What you are not understanding is that you can dispute what is and what isn't harrassment all you want. What you don't get is that I just won't abide the drama.
You provide drama and complaints... you are history.
Again... point me to the studies and statistics where feminists say that all sexual intercourse is rape. That is news to me.This is all coming from the same feminists who think all sexual activity with a man is rape. Fortunately there are good men and good women who are seeing the enormity of the problem and beginning to do something about it.
The enormity of the problem is this... women are equal. Until you think it is appropriate for a group of women to comment as you walk by, "Baby, who do you think you are gonna please with THAT. We will just call you popgun..." and then you find an add for a Swedish Enlarger on your desk, then we will provide the same courtesy to them.
If you wouldn't say it to your mother, don't say it to a coworker.
Make sure you do it nice and loud. And make sure they spell your name right.Like I said: I can't do anything about employment policy from within my work environment, but I can sure as hell make my voice heard.
Thank you very much.
That way, future employers will be able to google it and realize whom they are hiring.... or not.