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Guys, in America, asking a woman out on a date is sexual harassment.

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Guys, in America, asking a woman out on a date is sexual harassment.

Post by Mercury » March 26th, 2019, 4:48 pm

It is very understandable why more and more guys are afraid of making the first move and asking a woman out on a date.

It's sexual harassment.

In America, the very act of a man asking a woman if she'd like to go out for dinner next week, in and of itself, is sexual harassment. Actually, it's even a capital felony under Federal law in the United States for a man to ask a woman out on a date! Enforced by the FBI, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the U.S. Supreme Court, and with a mandatory sentence (for the man) of 375 years to life in Federal prison and/or the death penalty.

And what makes me upset is that guys continue to ask women out in America like they are brave and bold enough to face a barrage of air-to-surface missiles face-on especially if it results in the man being blown to smithereens and people picking up his guts and remains ten miles away and even a nationwide military lockdown. As if it would take a full nationwide military lockdown and nationwide Martial law to get it through their heavy iron skulls that, under Federal law in America, it's the woman's job to ask the guys out.

Then again, it's no wonder American women are even dating prison inmates! As in, for the man, no prison record = no dates and no relationship! It's like prison is even a mandatory requirement to have a relationship with a woman! To those women, only someone man enough to handle decades behind bars is worthy of a relationship or marriage.




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Re: Guys, in America, asking a woman out on a date is sexual harassment.

Post by jamesbond » March 31st, 2019, 6:07 am

It's getting the point in America where it's dangerous for men to get involved with women. No wonder why so many men are starting to avoid women like the plague! :shock:
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Re: Guys, in America, asking a woman out on a date is sexual harassment.

Post by NMBob » April 6th, 2019, 6:31 am

Yes, Will be interesting to see if American political correctness gets to the point where you never ask someone out on a date, only ask someone who is on an online dating site. That suggestion will likely be coming from, married people with little internet dating nightmares. maybe it will be first be limited to "the workplace".

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Re: Guys, in America, asking a woman out on a date is sexual harassment.

Post by Contrarian Expatriate » April 7th, 2019, 3:33 am

Sexual harassment generally takes place in the context of EMPLOYMENT. Some universities have jumped on the bandwagon and now prohibit sexual misconduct or harassment in some forms.

However, outside of these contexts, there is no legal basis for sexual harassment so anyone who is afraid of asking a girl out is simply rationalizing his general inability with women.

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Re: Guys, in America, asking a woman out on a date is sexual harassment.

Post by E Irizarry R&B Singer » April 7th, 2019, 4:15 pm

Contrarian Expatriate wrote:
April 7th, 2019, 3:33 am
.....However, outside of these contexts, there is no legal basis for sexual harassment so anyone who is afraid of asking a girl out is simply rationalizing his general inability with women.
OmFg! You just said WtF I've been saying about a lot of these corny posters on this site. All they can decry is how portlily-obese my ex-significant-other female lovers have been. [It's] better than going gay, full-retard gay, or a male version of a korephile [in like post-13 to pre-17-aged but not infantil girls].

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Re: Guys, in America, asking a woman out on a date is sexual harassment.

Post by IraqVet2003 » April 7th, 2019, 7:22 pm

Contrarian Expatriate wrote:
April 7th, 2019, 3:33 am
Sexual harassment generally takes place in the context of EMPLOYMENT. Some universities have jumped on the bandwagon and now prohibit sexual misconduct or harassment in some forms.

However, outside of these contexts, there is no legal basis for sexual harassment so anyone who is afraid of asking a girl out is simply rationalizing his general inability with women.
Excellent points!!! However, I would like to add some companies have policies against dating a fellow coworker.

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Re: Guys, in America, asking a woman out on a date is sexual harassment.

Post by WorldTraveler » April 10th, 2019, 6:00 am

Yes, asking a woman out on a date is sexual harassment, is sexual harassment, unless you asked her permission first.

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Re: Guys, in America, asking a woman out on a date is sexual harassment.

Post by jamesbond » April 21st, 2019, 7:57 am

WorldTraveler wrote:
April 10th, 2019, 6:00 am
Yes, asking a woman out on a date is sexual harassment, is sexual harassment, unless you asked her permission first.
I can see someday where a law will be passed to make it illegal for men in America to ask women out on a date. I think this is what feminists want eventually.
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Re: Guys, in America, asking a woman out on a date is sexual harassment.

Post by Mercury » April 22nd, 2019, 3:36 am

jamesbond wrote:
April 21st, 2019, 7:57 am
WorldTraveler wrote:
April 10th, 2019, 6:00 am
Yes, asking a woman out on a date is sexual harassment, is sexual harassment, unless you asked her permission first.
I can see someday where a law will be passed to make it illegal for men in America to ask women out on a date. I think this is what feminists want eventually.
What if I told you that it is already a capital felony under Federal law in the United States for men to ask women out on a date? What if I told you that it's enforced aggressively by the FBI, the United States Department of Homeland Security, the United States Marshals, the United States Military, the United States Supreme Court, and carries, for the man, a mandatory sentence of 375 years to life in Federal prison and/or the death penalty?

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Re: Guys, in America, asking a woman out on a date is sexual harassment.

Post by Yohan » April 22nd, 2019, 11:02 am

Contrarian Expatriate wrote:
April 7th, 2019, 3:33 am
.....outside of these contexts, there is no legal basis for sexual harassment so anyone who is afraid of asking a girl out is simply rationalizing his general inability with women.
Unfortunately, reality of life is a bit different. At least it was for me while still living in Europe.

Of course the most critical places for men are school and working place and I cannot recommend any man to date a woman studying or working next to him. Stay away, do not start any private conversation.

The question remains however where you can meet women outside of your school and working place - you cannot just walk in the street and approach any woman passing by....During my time in Europe, internet did not exist, I do not drink alcohol, I am non-smoker and I am not into night-life, I am not religious and not into church activities...I was not rich, not a sportman... So where to go? What to do? Any advice?

European women are not so much into 'sexual harassment claims', but they are very scornful and enjoy to belittle and to make fun out of men they reject for whatever reason.

While there is no real legal basis for sexual harassment in asking a girl out in a polite way you meet 'somewhere', I can say I was afraid to try it in feminist-friendly Western countries as I was always worried about to find myself in troubles - while I never had such a feeling in Asian countries.

It's not only about the legal situation, but about how the woman (and also people next to her) will react towards you. Western women are unpredictable. Often psycho and violent ready because of drug and alcohol abuse and her boyfriends are not far away to 'protect her'. And show me any Western woman, who is 13+ and does not have multiple boyfriends already - she does not need you anyway. Western women are not 'lonely'.

I do not consider myself suffering of a general inability to interact with women. I would say it depends in which place you are living, on the women living next to you. It is wrong to blame only the man for his bad experiences with women if he fails to make female friends.

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