What the F*CK are you talking about?<quoted text>
right, right, right....
Which is why when a woman wears her low-cut, tittie showin blouse to work, that's OK. But when a man happens to look, uh-oh!!
That is of course assuming that the slut isn't interested in that man, if a guy she thinks is cute looks, that'd be OK......
Sexual Harassment Claims by Men Growing but Not Equal
By ALICE GOMSTYN (@AliceGomstyn)
ABC NEWS Business Unit
March 26, 2010
After Jed Lorenzen won his sexual harassment lawsuit, he bought himself a new suit.
"It's my power suit to remind me that's what you get when you stand up for yourself," the 33-year-old Los Angeles, Calif. man said.
When it comes to alleged sexual harassment, more men are standing up for themselves these days. Of the nearly 12,700 sexual harassment complaints filed with the U.S. Equal Opportunity Commission in the 2009 fiscal year, 16 percent -- some 2,030 -- came from men. That's up from 9.9 percent, or roughly 1,430, a decade-and-half earlier. The number of complaints from men increased even as the number of overall cases have declined.
"It's not really clear whether more men are being subjected to harassment or more men are willing to come forward," said Ernest Haffner, a senior attorney adviser at the EEOC. "There are more decisions in the courts dealing with sexual harassment by men -- it could be that just more men are aware of their rights as they speak to attorneys."
"Male sexual harassment is not a joke
It’s real and reported cases are on the rise — here’s how to handle it
updated 7/10/2007 9:49:54 AM ET
We often talk about sexual harassment against women in the workplace but for this column I’m going to address the growing problem of sexual harassment against men in the workplace.
Are you laughing? You probably are. That’s what happened recently when I discussed the topic with friends and colleagues. Few seem to take this issue seriously.
But for quite a few men, sexual harassment is indeed becoming a serious issue, and some men are deciding not to just brush aside the unwelcome advances from women and men.
“Many people mistakenly believe that harassment is limited to females,” says Roberta Chinsky Matuson, a human resource expert.“The truth is that this type of experience is just as damaging to men.”
While the number of sexual harassment cases overall has consistently declined in the past few years,******“sexual harassment filings by men have consistently increased, doubling over 15 years,”***** says David Grinberg, a spokesman for the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, or EEOC."
"May 26, 2008
Women Harassing Men
Complaints about women bosses preying on men have doubled since 1990. What’s going on out there?
It works BOTH ways, RR and you are a MORON to think a woman who wears a low cut blouse to work does so to be ogled by male co-workers just as you are a MORON to label her a "slut".
I just KNOW that you think most women who are raped are raped because they "asked for it" based on their attire or mannerisms.
You are truly sickening.