No shit, why would I risk my freedom and career over a woman.Before me too I never thought much of a false accusation ruining my life. I had read 1 story in the college news paper about it but thought the guy probably had it coming to him because it was so rare and maybe he was lying (blue pill chad days).
How does anyone even know that false accusations of sexual harassment are rare? There is no way to measure these kinds of things.
However, I do know a few things:
When people have incentive to lie a large percentage of people will do so.
Approximately 10% of the female population in the United States has borderline personality disorder.
People with borderline personality disorder are well known for constant lying and manipulation.
The conclusion from these premises is that there really is risk involved in spending time alone with a woman at work. From the perspective of a male mid-level manager, this is a serious issue. Chances are he is an at-will employee which means that if he is fired on the basis of a baseless allegation, he has very little recourse.
To guys here, I suggest that you learn the signs and symptoms of borderline personality disorder. Every woman is a potential false-accuser, but women with BPD are 10 or 100 times more of a risk.
I hope it's gonna get worse and worse. When it comes to Rachel Thomas, she can shove her lectures about how men should behave in the workplace up her arse. They dished it out and are now obviously unable to take it. Too bad. Too late. We're done.
This shows a biological truth we've subconsciously known about for thousands of years, that men and women can't be "friends" or coworkers, that human sex drive can't be underestimated, that men and women should only meet up to form families, and that's it.
"It might seem like men avoiding women at the office is a fine solution to the problem of sexual harassment, but men still overwhelmingly hold positions of power at work. For better or worse, women need their support to get ahead. Notably, women are rarely asked if they’re afraid to interact with men ― even though they’re mainly the ones who’ve reported harassment and assault. "
My favorite part of the article. 😂
One second Women say are equal to Men and don't need help to get ahead, then the next second they scream because they're not able to get the same positions as Men in the work place. It's not because you have a vagina that you didn't get the position, it's likely because the other individual had better knowledge and experience for the position offered.
Not saying it doesn't happen where women aren't chosen because they're a woman. I'm sure it does, but nowhere near how bad it was 30+ years ago. Also, there is laws against discrimination based on sex, so again, more than likely the other individual has more experience.
Also, majority of the time when a Man complains or reports about sexual harassment or assault on him, he is usually told that he deserved it, liked it, or that it's not assault because he is a Man.
The other day at work I was on the elevator alone with a high ranking female manager and she commented on how I don't need to wear jackets. She was wearing one, so I said "well it's smarter to wear one. If it's too hot you can just take it off." Then she looked at me strangely.
Now I would love the advice on how any of these woke SJW women would handle the situation. Apologize and make it worse? Say nothing and worry about rumors or an HR visit? Or maybe heavily scrutinize everything you're about to say or don't even talk to her in the first place.
Ding ding ding! Many men choose the third option, because losing our jobs is NOT a possibility and we DO stress about it.
That's right men get stressed out too. Not understanding that is a huge failure of empathy on the part of a few women. When they see a man get stressed over being unemployed the first thing they think of is "SEXISM!" LOL.
Managers, bosses, and HR have had the ability to fire you for any reason since day one of capitalism dog. The fact that more women are reporting people for making their already shitty work place even shit is good, especially if it's hurting the bottom line of the company.
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I find that in these situations it's better to play dumb and let them talk: "what do you mean? ... oh I didn't know that" You don't have to agree with them, apologize or be on the defensive. These kind of cunts love to hear themselves speak, so you can safely indulge them that way. No risk of making a faux pas either.
>so I said "well it's smarter to wear one. If it's too hot you can just take it off." Then she looked at me strangely.
To be fair that is kind of an odd statement. I would've been like "Oh that's nice to know, I just wear it out of habit" but you turned it around as if she was implying she doesn't want to wear a jacket, so she was confused.
But I completely understand what you mean and could feel the tension/stress in that situation.
Gotcha you were calling her smart, I get it now. I didn't think about that until now, so I get her confusion, but then there's the extra "if its hot you can take it off" as a "Fuck did I say something unintentionally flirty/sexual? Is she pissed or on guard now? Will she mention it to someone else like 'So-and-so said something weird to me'" which is just unnecessary stress, I feel you.
False allegations are rare, they say. I imagine they dont know that there's literally a mainstream published book titled Destroy A Man Now (DAMN) that goes into details of how to use false allegations to destroy a man. How can men see something like that and say "false allegations are no big deal!"
😂 brought to you by lean in and huffpost. Nuff said... for those that don’t know lean in is dedicated to women being more pushy and aggressive in the workplace. Yah the world needs more pushy self serving idiots. Good grief Charlie Brown.
I read this article with much amusement. By virtue that most men work hard, this is why they are in management positions. It's a reward for hard work, not because of their genitals.
Most women want the benefits without working hard. This MeToo rubbish highlights it - a bunch of women wanted film roles and slept with HW to get it - then once they hit the wall - became bitter that he had younger, more attractive women sleeping with him for the same roles. HW began publishing proof everything was consensual - and the court blocked him from publishing further (court cases are now without media attendance) - yet he still hasn't lost a court case.
Women cannot achieve management roles without male help - which is why they're bitching about it now. Nagging is an effective tool to get a man to do what a woman wants. Look at all the married men taking out the garbage every night as proof. Just disengage. Don't talk. Ask them to leave you alone to do your job. Complain to your manager of unwanted female attention and CC: HR.
Women have turned work from fun into a battle. Enjoy the war, I do.
Pretending like they're victimized by #metoo is male PMC id-pol.
This is one of the biggest problems for women hoping to advance in any career (PMC type or not). Women higher-ups will mentor men and women. Men will mostly only mentor men. It's always been this way. I call bullshit on how this article frames the study results. Male PMCs are obviously just using "#metoo backlash" as an excuse for why they're now "not doing" something they weren't doing in the first place (mentoring women). This is men trying to play the victim and ascribe noble motives ("I didn't want to be perceived as harassing her!") to their aversion to mentoring women when it's really just them sticking with the good ol' status quo.
#metoo didn't "cause" this, as the article implies. It's just an example of why id-pol won't actually work in the long run. If you ascribe blame to women for causing this situation (the situation being-- generally no change in the status quo, just a new scapegoating explanation for why there's no change in the status quo) then you're no different than the feminists who think men cause all their problems.
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I saw the actual article around here somewhere. Maybe KiA or TiA? I don't know, but they linked it directly.
They found the drop off happen directly increasing right after metoo.
I theorize that it has a lot to do with it being "in". Male managers have to keep everything above water, official, and by the book... Like HR is sitting in the room. Whereas, with male employees, they can feel free to open up a bit and be a little less HR appropriate because they aren't worried about getting reported by a potential walking lawsuit.
Basically, all it shows is statistically, after metoo, men mentored females less.
Yeah your point is def reflected in just my personal experiences, but I could only imagine #metoo has made things worse, and potentially much worse for the wrong people. Basically what you said, but tbh I don’t see these powerful #metoo bosses exactly taking the high road.