Regarding the comment, "Women do not sexually harass men the way we sexually harass them." Technically, that's correct, but the implication is that women do not sexually harass men to the degree that men harass women. As sexual harassment is defined by the precedent setting case of Ellison v. Brady, women actually harass men on a monumental scale. The degree to which women sexually harass men is quite literally at least a million times greater. Why don't we know this? Because men are socialized to accept the harassment the way that a starving man gratefully accepts leftover scraps of food.
Wednesday, August 8, 2012 - 02:57