can women behave professionally around men in professional environments or will the women always sexually harass the men...?

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  • liz
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    3 weeks ago

    Good to see you can pick up where you left off.  We’ve missed your false assertions in GS. 

  • 3 weeks ago

    Poor Mickey, still whining.

    You can't possibly think anyone can  take your compulsive repetition of these "questions" seriously, can you?

  • 3 weeks ago

    "can women behave professionally around men in professional environments or will the women always sexually harass the men...?"

    <lol> Your premise, as crazy as it sounds, can be supported through a short historical allegory.  So let me try.

    In the 1950's office environment, everyone wore only appropriate clothing as defined by the stuffy Establishment of the times.  Professional conduct was enforced through strict conservative codes scattered with a hint of religious doctrine.

    After the sexual revolution occurred in the late 1960's, society "loosened up".  Individual dress styles were more accepted and the office even became the bane of healthy flirting interaction between the sexes.  Many married couples to this day could even tell  you their story of how they met in their workplace environment.

    Fast forward to our modern post #MeToo times, and the office environment has been chilled to the point where men flirting with women can be deemed to be "sexual harassment" if any one woman claims it to be.  We are now back into a stuffy, strict neo-Liberal (Leftist) code scattered with heaps of "woke" identity politics and radical feminism/Leftism.  Almost a return to the 1950's environment ... but for men only.

    Yet women's behaviour is not subjected to the same restrictions as men are.  While men are somewhat back to the 1950's conditions, women can still flirt, and even dress in a way that would have been inappropriate in the 1950's.  This all seems fine for the moment.  But say in another generation, where indoctrinated boys go through the current system, who's to say that some of them might find women's behaviour and dress to then be unprofessional to the point where -that- is considered "harassment" to them?  This might be the future lesson of restricting freedoms and choices of your "enemies".  Those things always seem to have a way of biting you back in the rear.

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