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Topic: #MeToo!

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« on: February 08, 2018, 02:39:54 AM »
Gee whiz....who could've seen this coming about 20 miles down the road?


The law of unintended consequences appears to be paying a visit to the #MeToo movement. A new survey indicates that male professionals are now significantly more unwilling to take on the role of mentor for female colleagues, hold one-on-one meetings with them or meet with women after hours and outside the workplace. While this was predicted early on by some, this is the first tangible evidence that it’s already happening. (Fortune)


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« Reply #1 on: February 08, 2018, 09:30:34 AM »
How long have we been hearing this Bull Sh*t that women just want an equal chance to compete in the mans world.

Most of us have seen what women will do to get what they want where ever they are shaking their ass in a mans face using sex to get it but once they get caught they cry wolf.  Now they're begining to find out you can't have it both ways.

They want their cake and eat it too but they are finding out what goes around comes around.
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« Reply #2 on: February 08, 2018, 09:56:24 AM »


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« Reply #3 on: February 08, 2018, 09:57:22 AM »
so yesterday i spent the day at home with a kid- which meant "television on in the background", and her semi-watching whatever was on while she played with toys/dogs/tablet/explosives ect... (not really explosives)... anyway..

there was some thing on showtime she wanted to watch- cartoon thing... i didn't see the harm, so "roll on one"... 

after it ended, some short clips started playing by some organization called "milk".  I've never heard of them... 

in short, they have taken known actors and put them in scenario's demonstrating harassment... telling people what defines harassment and what doesn't...more focused on what does, actually. 

One scenario was a doctor that felt up a female patient under the guise "checking for breast cancer"- and where the patient felt violated.  She was visibly distraught after the 'exam', but failed to say anything prior, during, or after.  

another was a couple of bartenders, one male and the other female... the male one being the senior was mentoring the woman... she too was harassed, as he grabbed her ass at one point playfully.  

these situations may have been harassment- i won't argue that.  what i WILL argue, though, is the women handled it wrong.  The woman who's doctor felt her up should have punched his ass in the mouth- as hard as she could.... instead, apparently the 'proper' thing to do according to 'milk', is to act helpless, worry over it for days/weeks/years, and then seek psych counseling before launching a public campaign set to destroy the doctors career.  if she had punched his ass in the mouth as hard as she could, and then looked him directly in the eye and said "even? if not, go ahead... call the police"... I'm thinking he'd get the message.  

this culture breeds helpless lemmings who feign outrage while accepting no personal responsibility whatsoever... 

new rule:  to be taken seriously while outraged, personal responsibility must have been demonstrated prior. 


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