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Where do women draw the line on sexual harassment

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Where do women draw the line on sexual harassment

Postby Banano » Tue May 12, 2015 1:10 pm

http://www.sbs.com.au/news/insight/tvepisode/sexual-harassment-2015

http://www.smh.com.au/national/its-shattered-my-life-sexual-harassment-victim-jemma-ewin-recounts-traumatic-experience-20150512-ggzhko.html

Compliments about what people are wearing, jokes, and even flirting are a normal part of most workplaces. When does behaviour cross the line and become sexual harassment? How much does it matter who the person is?
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Re: Where do women draw the line on sexual harassment

Postby Ghost » Tue May 12, 2015 8:56 pm

There is no line. Literally anything can and will be considered "sexual harassment."

For example, two guys could be talking and say 'Oprah is a whore!' If a female in another room could hear it (through the vents or whatever) then she could claim sexual harassment. That sounds like an extreme example, but women will claim sexual harassment as the most absurd of things. Men should lie about anything when possible because the truth doesn't protect you anymore.
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Re: Where do women draw the line on sexual harassment

Postby Teal Lantern » Thu May 14, 2015 11:23 pm

Banano wrote:Compliments about what people are wearing, jokes, and even flirting are a normal part of most workplaces. When does behaviour cross the line and become sexual harassment? How much does it matter who the person is?

The line is between 'hot' and 'not hot'.
Rule #1: Be attractive, and you can get away with a lot. A helluva lot. :lol:
Rule #2: Don't be unattractive, or else you can't get away with s#!t.
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Re: Where do women draw the line on sexual harassment

Postby The » Thu May 14, 2015 11:34 pm

Teal Lantern wrote:
Banano wrote:Compliments about what people are wearing, jokes, and even flirting are a normal part of most workplaces. When does behaviour cross the line and become sexual harassment? How much does it matter who the person is?

The line is between 'hot' and 'not hot'.
Rule #1: Be attractive, and you can get away with a lot. A helluva lot. :lol:
Rule #2: Don't be unattractive, or else you can't get away with s#!t.



Yeah thats pretty much it....END THREAD! :mrgreen:
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