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Date Posted: 20:11:39 11/30/17 Thu
In reply to: micheleFFS 's message, "sexual harrassment: were do we draw the line?" on 16:59:32 11/30/17 Thu
On one hand, I feel that what constitutes sexual harassment is too stringent. My God, one has to refrain from telling someone else that he/she looks "nice" wearing what he/she has worn.
On the other hand, people in authority or with power should use good judgement when choosing sexual partners. Workplace relationships are difficult enough. I can't imagine having more than 1 or 2 partners from the "pool" of possibilities. Being quite promiscuous cannot be a good thing.
That being said, actions that occurred quite some time ago or from a different environment than exists today, should NOT have any significance unless laws were violated.
However, I feel - and always have - that mere accusations should not be reason(s) for an employer to take action against the accused. Imagine the chaos that could be created by lies or exaggerations.
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