Let’s imagine a scenario where a man is at his workplace. He walks by a female coworker and slaps her on the butt. That is an immediate case for his dismissal and prosecution as a sexual offender in a sexual harassment case. I find that to be a clear-cut case of a deviant forcing his odd behavior on an unsuspecting and unwilling victim. We have the right to not be touched in a sexual way by someone who we don’t feel attracted to. Now, if the same scenario plays, this time with a woman slapping the butt of a man, do the same rules apply? I don’t think so. Women constantly get away with that kind of behavior, kicking the principle of equality of the sexes in the shin. This behavior exhibited by people who have no concept of personal space is a deviant behavior. I’m not referring to friends who play pranks on each other and have a history together that warrants this kind of action. I’m talking about coworkers who have a working relationship. At some point, the woman decides to do…
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