This female exhibitionism constitutes sexual harassment!
If actresses dress and act provocatively around male (and/or Lesbian) actors,
agents, producers and directors, etc., this may induce a sexual reaction in
those people, which forces them to choose whether to resist the temptation
or give in to it. When Monika
Lewinsky (allegedly) walked into the Oval Office and lifted her skirt
above her head, she was sexually harassing Bill Clinton, forcing him to choose
how to deal with the sexual arousal that this apparently caused in him. When
my close teaching colleague exposed (in turn) her legs, her breasts and her
underwear to me, she was sexually harassing me, forcing me to choose how to
deal with any sexual arousal that this caused in me. And when an optician's
receptionist, having opened her top, bent forward and exposed her breasts
to me, grinning with delight, she was sexually harassing me, forcing me to
choose how to deal with any sexual arousal that this caused in me.
I have experienced a more senior teaching colleague press her breast against
my arm and another three more senior teaching colleagues have leaned forward
to partly expose their breasts. I have also experienced two dentists and one
waitress press their breasts against my head.
When I was teaching English as a Foreign Language
at a university abroad, for part of the time I had part of a small building
to myself and my students. When assessing students as to their English conversation,
I did this one to one. Almost all my students were female, and almost all
of them came into the room and bowed low when sitting down, having obviously
decided that I like looking at cleavage. One or two had even torn off a button
from the top of their blouses. Even when I had moved back into a shared building,
these students continued to do this at assessment time -- until it was noticed
and reported on by a teaching colleague at a neighbouring desk! I would guess
that most of the "Me Too" sluts had been doing this kind of thing
to further their careers -- and then complained about the resulting male behaviour
Men are forced to act (DO SOMETHING) on the
basis of their sexual feelings, to a much greater extent than women are. A
man is going to get absolutely nowhere just by having
a feeling of sexual attraction towards some female. The chances that she will
initiate a relationship are small. In fact, pretending to touch a man accidentally
is considered by some women to be a sexual advance! The man then has to guess
that it was not really an accident and make the first overt move. Of course,
if he guesses wrong, then he is in danger of many kinds of negative consequences,
such as an accusation of sexual harassment, or worse! The most traumatic sexual
event of my early puberty was when, at a party, I found myself alone in a
room with my first girlfriend and I did not realise that I was supposed to
make a pass at her. She immediately dropped me! Many years later, at a formal
party, I sat down on a random chair and a young woman immediately assumed
that I wanted to chat her up, because I had sat down next to her!
Women often exploit the way they can be passive and force men to make the
first move. For example, at a branch of "The Warehouse" chain, a
female staff member presented a "pleased to see you" profile to
me, while I was waiting for her to be free to answer a question for me. When
I eventually got to speak to her, I did not talk to her about anything other
than what I wanted to buy, but she obviously complained to Management, because
I was later subjected to a "test", whereby I came across her again
-- this time in the presence of Management. Needless to say, I passed this
test -- and she failed -- because I did no pay any attention to her. That
store is crawling with Feminists and that woman had clearly put on a "pleased
to see you" face in order to tempt me into some behaviour that she could
complain about. Later, in that store, I was confronted with two young women
walking towards me, holding hands and pretending to be Lesbians. They were
trying to get me to behave in some hostile manner that they could complain
about -- but they failed!
However, some men, such as I myself, still remember that Feminists have
won a lot of political victories by arguing that they wanted EQUALITY.
The "Me Too" movement, however, proves that what Feminist women
want is actually total DOMINATION -- to be achieved
by constantly using the Fake News media to publicise fake, one-sided scandals.
What is the thought-process or philosophical algorithm by which Feminists
decide what is and is not "equality" between men and women? There
are plenty of Feminists employed by universities as pseudo-academics, so they
should have been able to come up with one by now! The fact that they have
not come up with one shows that Feminist women are either stupid, or hypocritical,
In Law (I have a Law degree, among others), there is usually a "test"
which courts can use to apply to the facts, so as to see if the facts indicate
a transgression of a particular law, rule or regulation, or not. So what is
the test by which Feminists decide whether some particular situation of men
and women involves equality or not -- and do they apply this test across-the-board
to all social and political issues without exception? Of
course, there is no such test and Feminists only worry about "inequality"
when it appears to affect women -- if it affects men, they ignore it, suppress
it or censor it! See: "'Game
Of Thrones' Star Forced To Apologize For Saying Men Can Be Victims Of Sexism."
I do not agree with the
Anti-Feminist response by "some 100 prominent French women artists and
intellectuals" , which appears to condone sexual harassment and sexual
assault. However, it is impossible to arrive at equitable solutions to almost
any social issues in the totalitarian, Feminazi,
media-education system dictatorships, which is
what so-called "liberal democracies" now are. There is total censorhip
of pro-male points of views in the media and education system, so men should
reject the so-called "liberal democracies" totally and look for
alternatives. Giving women the vote has been a serious
mistake and that decision should be reversed.
Men have no rights,
but aren't less human.
We blame sexism.