Blame It On The Boobs: Your Cleavage Is Causing Sexual Harassment

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Ladies, hide your boobs because you are taunting the men that work with you. I mean they can barely compose themselves because you’re wearing these tight skirts with your boobs all popping out just staring at them begging for attention right? WRONG!!! I mean hell this isn’t 1920 we can wear what the hell we want without having anyone touch us or get mixed signals because we want to look good. Well not to some.

Some retard has decided to come up with a “theory” as to why men are salivating like dogs while eyeballing women’s cleavage at the workplace. According to pop psychologists, men are hardwired towards promiscuity and have the inability to pick up on subtle clues. That they are easily manipulated and get mixed signals by the clothes women wear. This theory is basically saying women are at work teasing them so much that they are some advocates for men are calling for a change in the sexual harassment law: a change that forces women to either cover up or give it up. TF???

Surprisingly, a woman, Bettina Arndt, argues that “everywhere you look, women are stepping out dressed provocatively, but bristling if the wrong man shows he enjoys the display.”

“[Men] are in a total state of confusion… Sensitive males are wary, not knowing where to look. Afraid of causing offense. And there are angry men, the beta males who lack the looks, the trappings of success to tick these women’s boxes. They know the goodies on display are not for them. These are the men most likely to behave badly, blatantly leering, grabbing and sneering. For them, the whole thing is a tease. They know it and resent it.”

Arndt also basically says that women who dress provocatively are the blame for their own rape and the men aren’t responsible for how they react to seeing a woman with such skimpy clothes on in the workplace. She also advocates for other sites that suggestwomen are committing ‘biological sexual harassment’ by “flaunting their bodies around but get away with it.

“In many offices across America, women dress provocatively, showing inappropriate thigh and cleavage. This, in itself, is sexual harassment against men — but women get away with it, and men rarely complain.”

Is this chic serious? First of all, as long as a woman is within dress code of the corporation she works for then whose to say she can’t wear a top showing off her cleavage. Men aren’t that clueless to the point where they don’t know that a woman doesn’t want them or not. Women simply like to look and feel sexy and that is no reason for a man to want to strip her down and bend her over just because she like looking good. I mean who is this chic to try to promote men acting all thirsty at work, most of them probably have women at home they barely touch. This is just ridiculous BS if you ask me…

What are your thoughts???

 

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4 thoughts on “Blame It On The Boobs: Your Cleavage Is Causing Sexual Harassment

  1. Hi! I could have sworn I’ve been to this site before but after checking through some of the post I realized it’s new to me. Anyways, I’m definitely glad I found it and I’ll be bookmarking and checking back often!

  2. TractHerTrailHer, I agree with much of what you say. It’s woman’s right to wear whatever she wants. But just because she can doesn’t mean she should. In a perfect world the rules would be different. I am not concerned so much with WHY men behave like neanderthals, but the fact is they are distracted by flesh, and unless you’re in a certain industry, dressing sexy is not conducive to a healthy work environment. When you say men “aren’t that clueless” I think you are giving them way more credit than they deserve! I’ve dated a lot of men and I’d say ‘clueless’ defines all of them on some level. Beauty and sexuality have a very strong power over men and that old saying rings true: with great power comes great responsibility. Maybe you just don’t realize the power of your assets! I agree with you saying that women have the right not to be touched/harassed because of what they wear or for any other reason, but no one can say they have the right not to be misinterpreted. Men have historically failed to understand women and they are susceptible to mixed signals. I think you hit it on the head in your last paragraph: it is not the responsibility of an individual woman to draw that line, but businesses can define those terms through their dress code. Sexual harassment suits are filed against employers if it occurs in the workplace not the individual so to me it would benefit all parties involved if dress codes are defined right up front. If a woman is within the dress code then she cannot be held liable for any harassment that occurs against her. Millions of dollars are paid out by companies in harassment suits each year and that can translate to budget cuts and salary reductions. Everyone loses. Maybe it’s unfair but if instituting a dress code helps diffuse these situations, and better protects all employees, men and women, then I believe it’s a small sacrifice for us to make.

  3. i’m 29 and i don’t drink,smoke or do drugs i met my husband at 25 and he loved the way i dressed and he has a job and did not hit or call me names he was sweet and after 2 weeks he ask me to be his wife i have been dressing sexy for 11 years i please no one else but me. i have high respect for myself if i didn’t i would be in jail smoking my life away on drugs or having four kids at the age of 15. i am pleased to have a loving father and mother who taught me respect and gave me manners that very few have alot of people are in jail or on thier way. all of my friends have records and have kids and drink or do drugs. some were in jail others dead, some in gangs with drug habits, and alot of them lost thier kids to the state.i love myself my heart, mind soul and body if you don’t like the way i dress or others you need to find peace with you, love starts with yourself. you have to be nice to you if not you will judge othes i ‘m almost 30 i don’t jugde others they are to me many colors of the rainbowand they come in all shapes and sizes that leaves alot to be thankful for.

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