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My fav part working from home:

Sexually harass your co-worker at home.
and she cannot go to the manager about it.

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  • 3
    Its my GF so don't worry.
  • 5
    The comment just made it worse, lol, but I get what you mean.
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    @RememberMe

    I guess he mean more like teasing her instead of sexually harass.
  • 4
    @mr-user Unfortunately, what some people consider as teasing, others experience as harassment...I'd be extra cautious in a work environment.
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    @NickyBones

    I understand where you are going from. I think if you can display the same behavior in front of your and her parents , I consider it teasing.Otherwise I consider it sexual harassment.
  • 2
    Wait you cant do that at the office?
  • 1
    @mr-user in that case some people like to be harassed.
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    @M1sf3t

    How does that leap of logic occur?
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    @mr-user let's just put it this way. If you always display the same behavior that you would in front of your parents in front of someone that is into you, that person is liable to not be into you for very long. Not saying to just walk up to someone and be outright vulgar, but there will most likely be a clear signal if they're interested and from there, being somewhat forward about what your intending to do with their body should they present the opportunity is not just permitted but usually encouraged.

    The trick is to not second guess the signal you're given. If it's not subtly obvious that you have a green light, then 99 times out of 100 suggestive language is a definate a nogo.
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    I just got a good look at why software can be a toxic work environment for women. Thx
  • 3
    @123username from the op? how?
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    @M1sf3t

    The point I am trying to make is the rule on what is consider sexual harassment. To put it more bluntly won't touch someone ass in front her parent. You won't right, since it is consider sexual harassment.

    If you can do the action in front of her parent = not sexual harassment

    if you cannot do the action in front of her parent = sexual harassment.

    I will not comment about signal since I don't know how it work in your culture. If I am not mistaken you are saying that "If you signal is too obvious (like she is holding a sign that she like you) , go for it."
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    @mr-user the other person will give you an obvious sign that they're into you. Subtle but still obvious. It's when people ignore that or second guess it and think "well maybe she meant" that they fuck up and end up with a lawsuit on their hands.

    As far as the her parents/your parents situation, it's only harassment if your harassing them, no matter what your actions actually are. Whether your slapping someone's ass, cat calling, or just simply smiling in their direction one too many times too often. It has nothing to with your physical actions or the language in which you use, what matters is how receptive the other person is of that language or action, on a case by case basis I might add, just because they let/want one person speak to them in a certain way doesn't mean they're willing to hear it from everyone.

    That's another area where people get in trouble. They overhear another coworker flirting with someone and they assume it's ok for them to do it as well.
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    I was looking for this photo the whole day
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