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While the current rash of exposures of Men Behaving Badly is a somewhat valid attempt to clean things up, it has SSADly been crippled by the hypocrisy and double standards of said Rad-Fem Radicals, who simply can’t resist using any tool handy to feed their Misandrist Hatred they enjoy via bashing Men.The satirical movie ‘National Lampoon’s Loaded Weapon’ provides an excellent example of said double standard, when former bikini model Kathy Ireland does a campy / vampy parody of the notorious ‘Mini-Skirt / Peekaboo, I Flash You’ scene – shot during an alleged police interview scene, originally played by Sharon Stone (absent underwear) in the movie ‘Basic Instinct’.Despite these sobering numbers, the majority of readers (77 percent) told America that they have noticed new efforts to respond to sexual harassment in the last decade.

City & County of San Francisco, Theresa Sparks, Micki Callahan US District Court – Northern CA Civil Case # 12-0231 Settled with $210,000 Tax Money https://sfgov.legistar.com/View.ashx? The filing says Willis had met twice with Brinkin, the department's previous manager...‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‪When Willis complained to Sparks - "consistent with *** long-standing bias against heterosexual males, and African American heterosexual males in particular," ‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬ & SF mayor names trans adviser

sec=news&article=71648As for the Homo-Anal Coprophile / Ephebophile Racist Toddler Rape lobby angle, SEE Larry Brinkin: The Man & His Associates the Militant Homosexuals Expect You to Forget!

I'm gay, and I'm ashamed to admit that years ago I did make some inappropriate remarks to a man I worked with who was a friend.

He was angry, so I was reasonable enough to have quit my job and get. We now rarely talk, but I do call him on his birthday, and we get along fine.

When I worked at the agency where I made inappropriate remarks to my friend, there was a married.

man who was a supervisor who sexually harassed several women who were his subordinates.[They can be more] concerned with the perpetrator’s dignity than that of the victim.(We have seen this with our own clerical sexual abuse crisis in the Catholic Church.) More women need to be in positions of leadership and power because when we are not, we are more likely to be targeted as victims.”Although I'm an imperfect man, I've never sexually harassed any women.I agree that having more women in positions of authority in society, and the church, would be helpful to combat this harassment. It is commonly said that placing more women in positions of authority will curb or, as you say, "combat" sexual harassment. How would a woman, more so than a man, in authority prevent sexual harassment?It would be good, and an excellent example to the rest of society if the Church could fix up its own sexual harassment/abuse issues against adults.1 in 6 women and 1 in 33 men report experiencing an attempted or completed rape in their lifetime.

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