Reblogged on kommonseentsjane/blogkommonsents.
It is called – attraction versus detraction. It happens every day somewhere. When a man makes a remark that is suggestive – there is nothing you can say that will advance the conversation. As the saying goes, “it is the right of men and women to ask and the women and men’s right to refuse.” We have to understand that women also make suggestive remarks when they are interested in a man. Men take it as a compliment and the remarks taken to the next step in some cases – women the opposite – if they are not interested – they act insulted and see a lawsuit in the making.
In discussing this topic with some women – the best reply – NO ANSWER OR THANK YOU FOR THE COMPLIMENT AND WALK AWAY – if you want to stay employed with that company. Just the facts!
The reason the Dem’s are piling on at this time about this topic is – they are trying to change the subject from the Dem’s rigging the election and Donna Brazile. Donna Brazile Says She Has “Proof” Clinton Rigged the Primary Against Sanders and Brazile is trying to sell a book.
And, Brazile is trying to make a comeback after rigging the Trump vs Clinton debate where she gave Hillary Clinton the answers to all of the questions in advance. She wants to work for Sanders is why she double-crossed Hillary.
Brazile just the pot calling the kettle black – don’t you be calling me a racist – she did it, I didn’t. Brazile is just not honest like all of the other Dem’s and Elite Repub’s. They are all in it together – it is called the SWAMP.
FILE – In this Oct. 29, 2016, file photo, then-Sen. Barbara Boxer, D-Calif., speaks to volunteers at a home serving as a canvassing site to train and organize supporters of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in Cincinnati. One current and three former female members of Congress tell The Associated Press they have been sexually harassed or subjected to hostile sexual comments by their male colleagues while serving in the House. “This is about power,” said Boxer, after describing an incident at a hearing in the 1980s where a male colleague made a sexually suggestive comment. (AP Photo/John Minchillo, File)
WASHINGTON (AP) — For years, Republican Rep. Mary Bono endured increasingly suggestive comments from a fellow lawmaker in the House of Representatives. But when the congressman approached her on the House floor and told her he’d been thinking about her in the shower, she’d had enough.
She confronted the man, who…
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