Sexual Harassment 101

The tidal wave of sexual harassment allegations continues. Some over 40 years old. Aging nymphets are coming out of the closet claiming this guy or that guy did something inappropriate with me. Yet she had a sudden memory of the events decades later. When will this bull shit stop? Women are beginning to see repercussions of their endless onslaught of accusations against prominent people. How? There will be much less work in places these women prefer to be. Screening of them will be much tougher. Dress guideline will be enforced. Try flaunting your front or backside and out the door you go. Rules of conduct will be enhanced contractually between both sexes and much more. Three more prominent people received their pink slips recently on mere allegations. Guys that date, peck on the cheek, pat on the back or whatever you may be enticed to do will be thrown in your face in the future if your prominence level rises. Maybe one of you would like to write an e-book on this subject it is very interesting.





Sexual Harassment: Many Flavors few takers




Observers of current culture have watched as many men have been pulled into the vortex of sexual harassment. Tiger Woods lost huge as his libido got the best of him. Woods was forced to attend counseling sessions because he liked women. This must be a big business because others of equal note are being entrapped by their own so-called promiscuous behavior. If you are Bill Clinton you get an award while others are tarred and feathered. Now Bill O’Reilly is under the microscope for his latent urges. Thirteen million dollars, as reported by the press, has been paid out to various women who stepped forward with complaints, perhaps more to come. My question is: what flavor of sexual harassment did he display? Did Bill eyeball the woman’s better parts? Did Bill ask the woman to dinner? Perhaps Bill gave her a peck on her face or maybe he attacked a woman outright. I doubt the latter and for the former probably a minor bit occurred. What did Bill have to say about these questionable occurrences in his talking points? It appears his points were not talking on this topic. Word is out he may be on an extended vacation and or permanent one. Sadly I will miss this arrogant man who bloviated each weekday on his news/commentary program which set the tone for Fox’s nightly line up. Perhaps Bill should have picked a flavor few liked therefore he could have finished his career with a clean slate. Good luck Bill. Whatever decision you make Fox will be better off either way. Mark Davis MD,


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