Sexual harassment is all about power. At least, that's what the femigogues say. "It's never about sex."
Uh-huh. Right up until men began complaining about women sexually harassing them, at which point it was, "In your dreams, buddy!"
Another androphobic assertion is that the workplace should be asexual. That men should check their gonads at the door (as if women are already asexual or in complete control of their appetites). Give it a rest. Sex and sexual attraction, love, flirting, simple affection between workplace pals are facts of life misanthropes may rage against and try to kill, but never extinguish.
Then, of course, there is the false accusation. "Oh, no! Only men make false accusations! The tribulations that befall those who make an accusation are so severe that no woman would go through that without just cause." But men would?
Get a clue. Women are people (gosh, now there's a revelation for all those "we're holier than thou" sexual separatists), and some people lie. Women, too.
So, here's a new goal for feminism's fanatics: grow up. You're in the company of adults, and we don't take you or your tantrums seriously.
Rod Van Mechelen
Rod Van Mechelen is the author of What Everyone Should Know about Feminist Issues: The Male-Positive Perspective (the page now includes several articles by other authors), and the publisher of The Backlash! @ Backlash.com and Cowlitz Country News. He is a member of the Cowlitz Indian Tribe and served for 9-1/2 years on the Cowlitz Indian Tribal Council.