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Sexual harassment by conservative media?

Sexual harassment by conservative media?

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Guest: Casey (1643 days ago)
Well apart from Glen Becks pathetic attempt at god knows what, it's all just harmless flirting. Now if you want to highlight real political sexual harassment bring in the king of the liberals, Bill Clinton!
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Well apart from Glen Becks pathetic attempt at god knows what, it's all just harmless flirting. Now if you want to highlight real political sexual harassment bring in the king of the liberals, Bill Clinton!
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Guest: kat (1642 days ago)
The problem is that they are in a male dominated world in the media and the men are chatting about it as if it were all in the best possible taste & boyish fun. However, if they were to try and slap the guys down they women would be seen as killjoys etc. I have experienced this myself and it is very difficult to control.
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The problem is that they are in a male dominated world in the media and the men are chatting about it as if it were all in the best possible taste & boyish fun. However, if they were to try and slap the guys down they women would be seen as killjoys etc. I have experienced this myself and it is very difficult to control.
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tornadodog tornadodog (1642 days ago)
in any work place you will have banter between girls and guys of this nature going both ways where both sides know where the line is.but when on air or in an important meeting it should stop as other poeple watching could take it the wrong way.the fact that the guys where unable to do this shows the lack of respect they must have for there female co workers plus from the video it would appear comments where made to females not known to the males.so to me that makes it sexual harassment because i found it offensive and to try and argue this type of actions as o.k is also very offensive as others have posted.
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in any work place you will have banter between girls and guys of this nature going both ways where both sides know where the line is.but when on air or in an important meeting it should stop as other poeple watching could take it the wrong way.the fact that the guys where unable to do this shows the lack of respect they must have for there female co workers plus from the video it would appear comments where made to females not known to the males.so to me that makes it sexual harassment because i found it offensive and to try and argue this type of actions as o.k is also very offensive as others have posted.
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cengland0 cengland0 (1642 days ago)
No it is not sexual harassment. To qualify as sexual harassment, it has to be unwanted and repeated. I didn't see anything where the ladies asked the guys to stop. Additionally, I did not hear anything suggesting Quid Pro Quo.
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No it is not sexual harassment. To qualify as sexual harassment, it has to be unwanted and repeated. I didn't see anything where the ladies asked the guys to stop. Additionally, I did not hear anything suggesting Quid Pro Quo.
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Guest: Guesting (1642 days ago)
That said a lot about the ignorance of many men. No, sexual harassment does not have to be repeated. But it has to be unwanted. ... If some men are blind to the sexual harassment here, then ... wow, I am a man and I am ashamed.
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That said a lot about the ignorance of many men. No, sexual harassment does not have to be repeated. But it has to be unwanted. ... If some men are blind to the sexual harassment here, then ... wow, I am a man and I am ashamed.
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cengland0 cengland0 (1642 days ago)
"In order to qualify as sexual harassment the behavior must be deliberate and/or repeated. Some forms of sexual behavior are so offensive that the first time they occur they are considered deliberate, inappropriate, and sometimes even illegal actions. Other behaviors must be repeated over and over again before they become harassment." LINK Did you see anything there that was so offensive and illegal that it could be considered harassment without it being repeated?
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"In order to qualify as sexual harassment the behavior must be deliberate and/or repeated. Some forms of sexual behavior are so offensive that the first time they occur they are considered deliberate, inappropriate, and sometimes even illegal actions. Other behaviors must be repeated over and over again before they become harassment." LINK Did you see anything there that was so offensive and illegal that it could be considered harassment without it being repeated?
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Guest: cengland - nil, Internet - 1 (1642 days ago)
"or (3) the conduct creates an intimidating, hostile or humiliating working environment for the recipient." Did you think this might be important enough to fully read the copy-and spray-material you google?
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"or (3) the conduct creates an intimidating, hostile or humiliating working environment for the recipient." Did you think this might be important enough to fully read the copy-and spray-material you google?
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cengland0 cengland0 (1642 days ago)
The material I linked has #3 listed as, "(3) such conduct has the purpose or effect of unreasonably interfering with an individual’s work performance or creating an intimidating, hostile or offensive working environment." (you didn't think it was important enough to paste the entire sentence?) Did you see anything where those people had their work performance interfered with unreasonably, or were they being intimidated by telling them they were hot, or offensive? Offensive is different for each person so it would be best for the person thinking they are being harassed to say it is unwanted and then it needs to be repeated after being told it was unwanted. If I go to the the office and find a cute girl and tell her she's pretty hot and I'd like to take her out to dinner and a movie, is that sexual harassment?
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The material I linked has #3 listed as, "(3) such conduct has the purpose or effect of unreasonably interfering with an individual’s work performance or creating an intimidating, hostile or offensive working environment." (you didn't think it was important enough to paste the entire sentence?) Did you see anything where those people had their work performance interfered with unreasonably, or were they being intimidated by telling them they were hot, or offensive? Offensive is different for each person so it would be best for the person thinking they are being harassed to say it is unwanted and then it needs to be repeated after being told it was unwanted. If I go to the the office and find a cute girl and tell her she's pretty hot and I'd like to take her out to dinner and a movie, is that sexual harassment?
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Guest: Clegover - nil, internet 2 (1641 days ago)
I genuinely see the behaviour displayed as humiliating (the un-pasted section had no relevance and anyone genuinely curious could use your link as I did). If you tell a girl she's cute and you'd like to date her (assuming you don't tell her you think "dating is legal prostitution") well, that's nice and possibly brave. However if you do it at a meeting at work or ,say, at a job interview then it's not nice and inappropriate . If you do it on a national TV news program then you are possibly offending and demeaning millions, not just the person you're interviewing. So, straw man aside I think you are incorrect.
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I genuinely see the behaviour displayed as humiliating (the un-pasted section had no relevance and anyone genuinely curious could use your link as I did). If you tell a girl she's cute and you'd like to date her (assuming you don't tell her you think "dating is legal prostitution") well, that's nice and possibly brave. However if you do it at a meeting at work or ,say, at a job interview then it's not nice and inappropriate . If you do it on a national TV news program then you are possibly offending and demeaning millions, not just the person you're interviewing. So, straw man aside I think you are incorrect.
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cengland0 cengland0 (1640 days ago)
Latest comment: Thank you for your opinion and I agree with the inappropriateness of what the men were doing in the video but the question was if it is considered sexual harassment or not. It is my opinion that it is not. TV personalities usually have some sort of friendly banter back and forth to make the show more interesting for the viewers so this is not unusual for that career choice. You should see some of Craig Ferguson's shows and you'll understand what I mean. There used to be several compilation videos of him having sexy talks with his guests but seems all the videos have been deleted LINK because of copyright claims. Craig is British, by the way -- not that it makes any difference.
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Latest comment: Thank you for your opinion and I agree with the inappropriateness of what the men were doing in the video but the question was if it is considered sexual harassment or not. It is my opinion that it is not. TV personalities usually have some sort of friendly banter back and forth to make the show more interesting for the viewers so this is not unusual for that career choice. You should see some of Craig Ferguson's shows and you'll understand what I mean. There used to be several compilation videos of him having sexy talks with his guests but seems all the videos have been deleted LINK because of copyright claims. Craig is British, by the way -- not that it makes any difference.
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Guest: real woman (1642 days ago)
you apologetic misogynistic PIG!
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you apologetic misogynistic PIG!
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cengland0 cengland0 (1642 days ago)
I'm not defending what they did and I do not hate women. I love women. The men in the video may have done something inappropriate and different than what I would have done but it still does not fit within the legal definition of sexual harassment. Period! (Plus exclamation mark.) Call me whatever names you want, it will not change the fact that it's not sexual harassment.
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I'm not defending what they did and I do not hate women. I love women. The men in the video may have done something inappropriate and different than what I would have done but it still does not fit within the legal definition of sexual harassment. Period! (Plus exclamation mark.) Call me whatever names you want, it will not change the fact that it's not sexual harassment.
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Guest: real woman (1642 days ago)
men like you don't deserve to breathe my air, you misogynistic PIG!
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men like you don't deserve to breathe my air, you misogynistic PIG!
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Guest: real woman (1642 days ago)
all right wing men, if you can call them men, are a bunch of misogynistic pigs! no exceptions!
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all right wing men, if you can call them men, are a bunch of misogynistic pigs! no exceptions!
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