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(AZ Family)   No matter how much the topic fascinates you, your female co-workers probably don't want to hear you go in detail about your condom coming off during intercourse, but you didn't think you got any sperm in your lover's womb   (azfamily.com ) divider line
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2012-08-26 05:09:43 AM  
If you can yammer on incessantly about your born kids, I can tell you about my unborn ones.

It's called equality, and you wanted it.
 
2012-08-26 05:30:17 AM  
Maricopa County, you say?

I don't really think that's a place known for class and pomp.
 
2012-08-26 05:51:41 AM  
They still like to smell my fingers though, right?
 
2012-08-26 05:56:48 AM  
Oh, for fark's sake.

FTA: (The city manager) claimed Marchione talked about his sex life including a "detailed discussion about his condom coming off during sex and his fear that he impregnated the woman; although he went on to state that he didn't think he got any (sperm) in her."
"Just because he didn't grope anyone and didn't physically do anything doesn't mean it wasn't harassment," said (council member) Gusse.


And you sat there and listened to it. Why did YOU not walk away, or simply tell him to stop?

The idea behind "talking about sex = sexual harassment" is inherently sexist. It's based on the myth that women are lesser, delicate creatures who need to be protected from discussions about sex (but only when those discussions are instigated by or include men).

It further assumes that women are too weak to say, "Shut up, jerkbag," to men whose conversation offends their delicate sensibilities, and that these helpless women need the protection of a paternal figure - the state (i.e., government representative, office or agency), via their employer's human resources department.

It's Victorian, it insults all women, and it pisses me off. I don't need the government's or my employer's protection from a guy acting like a guy. Furthermore, a guy has every right to act like a guy. The world does not have to cater to me because I have a vagina. My vagina doesn't render me mute, or helpless. I am not thrown into a quivering state of feminine horror when a man talks about sex in front of me. Or if he tells me I have nice tits.

Knock it off, sisters - or stay out of the workplace. Men are sick of catering to you, and I'm sick of them assuming I think like you.
 
2012-08-26 06:16:44 AM  

MadAzza: Oh, for fark's sake.

FTA: (The city manager) claimed Marchione talked about his sex life including a "detailed discussion about his condom coming off during sex and his fear that he impregnated the woman; although he went on to state that he didn't think he got any (sperm) in her."
"Just because he didn't grope anyone and didn't physically do anything doesn't mean it wasn't harassment," said (council member) Gusse.

And you sat there and listened to it. Why did YOU not walk away, or simply tell him to stop?

The idea behind "talking about sex = sexual harassment" is inherently sexist. It's based on the myth that women are lesser, delicate creatures who need to be protected from discussions about sex (but only when those discussions are instigated by or include men).

It further assumes that women are too weak to say, "Shut up, jerkbag," to men whose conversation offends their delicate sensibilities, and that these helpless women need the protection of a paternal figure - the state (i.e., government representative, office or agency), via their employer's human resources department.

It's Victorian, it insults all women, and it pisses me off. I don't need the government's or my employer's protection from a guy acting like a guy. Furthermore, a guy has every right to act like a guy. The world does not have to cater to me because I have a vagina. My vagina doesn't render me mute, or helpless. I am not thrown into a quivering state of feminine horror when a man talks about sex in front of me. Or if he tells me I have nice tits.

Knock it off, sisters - or stay out of the workplace. Men are sick of catering to you, and I'm sick of them assuming I think like you.


That...that pretty much sums it all up. Winnar is you.
 
2012-08-26 06:47:53 AM  

doglover: If you can yammer on incessantly about your born kids, I can tell you about my unborn ones.

It's called equality, and you wanted it.


Actually, the equality that would be best would be both parties to shut up about each. I get so annoyed when ANYONE talks about their kids. More so than talking about who they're farking this week, actually.

MadAzza: Oh, for fark's sake.

FTA: (The city manager) claimed Marchione talked about his sex life including a "detailed discussion about his condom coming off during sex and his fear that he impregnated the woman; although he went on to state that he didn't think he got any (sperm) in her."
"Just because he didn't grope anyone and didn't physically do anything doesn't mean it wasn't harassment," said (council member) Gusse.

And you sat there and listened to it. Why did YOU not walk away, or simply tell him to stop?

The idea behind "talking about sex = sexual harassment" is inherently sexist. It's based on the myth that women are lesser, delicate creatures who need to be protected from discussions about sex (but only when those discussions are instigated by or include men).

It further assumes that women are too weak to say, "Shut up, jerkbag," to men whose conversation offends their delicate sensibilities, and that these helpless women need the protection of a paternal figure - the state (i.e., government representative, office or agency), via their employer's human resources department.

It's Victorian, it insults all women, and it pisses me off. I don't need the government's or my employer's protection from a guy acting like a guy. Furthermore, a guy has every right to act like a guy. The world does not have to cater to me because I have a vagina. My vagina doesn't render me mute, or helpless. I am not thrown into a quivering state of feminine horror when a man talks about sex in front of me. Or if he tells me I have nice tits.

Knock it off, sisters - or stay out of the workplace. Men are sick of catering to you, and I'm sick of them assuming I think like you.


So well said. You are now favorited, and I second this. These people make me ashamed to share the double X chromosomal make up with them.
 
2012-08-26 06:51:45 AM  

batcookie: doglover: If you can yammer on incessantly about your born kids, I can tell you about my unborn ones.

It's called equality, and you wanted it.

Actually, the equality that would be best would be both parties to shut up about each. I get so annoyed when ANYONE talks about their kids. More so than talking about who they're farking this week, actually.

MadAzza: Oh, for fark's sake.

FTA: (The city manager) claimed Marchione talked about his sex life including a "detailed discussion about his condom coming off during sex and his fear that he impregnated the woman; although he went on to state that he didn't think he got any (sperm) in her."
"Just because he didn't grope anyone and didn't physically do anything doesn't mean it wasn't harassment," said (council member) Gusse.

And you sat there and listened to it. Why did YOU not walk away, or simply tell him to stop?

The idea behind "talking about sex = sexual harassment" is inherently sexist. It's based on the myth that women are lesser, delicate creatures who need to be protected from discussions about sex (but only when those discussions are instigated by or include men).

It further assumes that women are too weak to say, "Shut up, jerkbag," to men whose conversation offends their delicate sensibilities, and that these helpless women need the protection of a paternal figure - the state (i.e., government representative, office or agency), via their employer's human resources department.

It's Victorian, it insults all women, and it pisses me off. I don't need the government's or my employer's protection from a guy acting like a guy. Furthermore, a guy has every right to act like a guy. The world does not have to cater to me because I have a vagina. My vagina doesn't render me mute, or helpless. I am not thrown into a quivering state of feminine horror when a man talks about sex in front of me. Or if he tells me I have nice tits.

Knock it off, sisters - or stay out of the workplace. Men are sick of catering to you, ...


Tell him to STFU and GBTW and move on. I'm thinking that he's done something else and this is just an excuse. Who could trust a woman with hair like that anyhow?
 
2012-08-26 06:54:16 AM  
Wouldn't the issue of being their boss change the dynamic more than slightly from the "terating sexual conversation from an equal co-worker" situation being white-knighted here?
 
2012-08-26 06:54:58 AM  
"Tolerating sexual conversation..." Sorry.
 
2012-08-26 06:57:20 AM  

MadAzza: Oh, for fark's sake.

FTA: (The city manager) claimed Marchione talked about his sex life including a "detailed discussion about his condom coming off during sex and his fear that he impregnated the woman; although he went on to state that he didn't think he got any (sperm) in her."
"Just because he didn't grope anyone and didn't physically do anything doesn't mean it wasn't harassment," said (council member) Gusse.

And you sat there and listened to it. Why did YOU not walk away, or simply tell him to stop?

She was too mesmerised by the abuse to respond?
Frozen like a deer in the headlights? or
Looking for dirt to run to crying to HR with and stories for FB.

 
2012-08-26 07:03:04 AM  

MadAzza: Oh, for fark's sake.

FTA: (The city manager) claimed Marchione talked about his sex life including a "detailed discussion about his condom coming off during sex and his fear that he impregnated the woman; although he went on to state that he didn't think he got any (sperm) in her."
"Just because he didn't grope anyone and didn't physically do anything doesn't mean it wasn't harassment," said (council member) Gusse.

And you sat there and listened to it. Why did YOU not walk away, or simply tell him to stop?

The idea behind "talking about sex = sexual harassment" is inherently sexist. It's based on the myth that women are lesser, delicate creatures who need to be protected from discussions about sex (but only when those discussions are instigated by or include men).

It further assumes that women are too weak to say, "Shut up, jerkbag," to men whose conversation offends their delicate sensibilities, and that these helpless women need the protection of a paternal figure - the state (i.e., government representative, office or agency), via their employer's human resources department.

It's Victorian, it insults all women, and it pisses me off. I don't need the government's or my employer's protection from a guy acting like a guy. Furthermore, a guy has every right to act like a guy. The world does not have to cater to me because I have a vagina. My vagina doesn't render me mute, or helpless. I am not thrown into a quivering state of feminine horror when a man talks about sex in front of me. Or if he tells me I have nice tits.

Knock it off, sisters - or stay out of the workplace. Men are sick of catering to you, and I'm sick of them assuming I think like you.


How YOU doin'?
 
2012-08-26 07:04:24 AM  

KiplingKat872: Wouldn't the issue of being their boss change the dynamic more than slightly from the "terating sexual conversation from an equal co-worker" situation being white-knighted here?


NO, My boss comes in explaining how she feels bloated and is bleeding everywhere, I tell her "I'm sorry, I have work to do."
It's not that I'm not sympathetic , and no, I don't want to know what it would feel like to have my member drizzle chocolate pudding for 25% of my life, I just think that you let any employer feel enabled, then they will be.
 
2012-08-26 07:05:01 AM  
batcookie

You know you wanna hear about my knuckle children. I name them, you know. Here's a picture. That's Allen, Alicia, Andre, Ashley, Alfred, Allana, (several million names later) and Zoffery.
 
2012-08-26 07:07:44 AM  
Broads should be less sensitive.
 
2012-08-26 07:09:17 AM  

fusillade762: Broads should be less sensitive.


You shouldn't call chicks broads. The dames hate that.
 
2012-08-26 07:10:14 AM  

doglover: If you can yammer on incessantly about your born kids, I can tell you about my unborn ones.

It's called equality, and you wanted it.


Not to mention all the retarded shiat that women talk about at work that men don't want to hear about. Especially older and/or obese women.
 
2012-08-26 07:11:11 AM  
This sounds like petty political stuff. I've heard far worse from men and women I've worked with than the condom thing. While maybe inappropriate, I'm not sure how telling a story like that is harassing anyone. Aside from involving sex, it is no different than if he told any story that they found offensive, and it doesn't sound like he was trying to intimidate them with it. and what MadAzza said.
 
2012-08-26 07:12:59 AM  

NIXON YOU DOLT!!!!!: fusillade762: Broads should be less sensitive.

You shouldn't call chicks broads. The dames hate that.


You gotta treat frails right.
 
2012-08-26 07:16:55 AM  
In the spirit of full equality, I expect all men to welcome conversation about my menstrual cycle, including days and flow consistancy.

There is such a thing as a time and place for everything, as well as TMI. Discussing the physical details of your sex life with people who have expressed no interest, from your co-workers to people on the train, is just creepy.
The internet has made a lot of people assume that everyone is intetested in the deepest most down and dirty details of their personal lives, but that just does not translate into the real world. If my best friend wants to discuss what is happening in the bedroom, cool. But I am really not interested in what my co-workers sex lives are like, male or female.

As for how she handled this, he was the council member and she worked in his office, meaning he wasn't a co-worker. He was her boss. That puts a different spin on this situation.

And maybe she did ask him to STFU and he didn't. Someone with that level of trouble with common discretion usually does not respond to polite requests.
 
2012-08-26 07:23:19 AM  

OhioUGrad:

Not to mention all the retarded shiat that women talk about at work that men don't want to hear about. Especially older and/or obese women.


And the birthday parties. We're all grown adults, do we really have to have an office party with cake and cookies every time someone has a birthday? If you work in an office with a lot of women, you do.

I'd rather hear about my coworker's fishing expedition with the lost condom. Not because it's terribly interesting, but because as a grown adult who has had sex, I find it about as neutral a topic as the weather.
 
2012-08-26 07:26:21 AM  
How do you do this anyways? Is this something that happens when you put a magnum xxl on your small wiener? I've broke condoms but never had one just 'fall off'.
 
2012-08-26 07:28:11 AM  

superdude72: OhioUGrad:

Not to mention all the retarded shiat that women talk about at work that men don't want to hear about. Especially older and/or obese women.

And the birthday parties. We're all grown adults, do we really have to have an office party with cake and cookies every time someone has a birthday? If you work in an office with a lot of women, you do.

I'd rather hear about my coworker's fishing expedition with the lost condom. Not because it's terribly interesting, but because as a grown adult who has had sex, I find it about as neutral a topic as the weather.


I was going to say, if the most interesting topic of discussion a person can come up with is their sex life, they're a pretty boring person. Most of us get over with the idea that we invented sex, ergo the world needs to hear about it, in the latter years of college.
 
2012-08-26 07:28:52 AM  

NickelP: How do you do this anyways? Is this something that happens when you put a magnum xxl on your small wiener? I've broke condoms but never had one just 'fall off'.


Get in too much of a hurry and don't put it on all the way.

/or so I've heard
 
2012-08-26 07:30:48 AM  
One of the the most common signs of biased journalsism in recent years is this "calling for" trope.

Don't like somebody? Chances are some other prissy, entitled, twat doesn't like the cut of his jib either; and if she complains about him, you have your chance to author an article that will make it look like all the world has is against him...

Did that dude just piss on your miniature schnauzer after it crossed his property line for the umteenth time? Did the granny across the road exclaim, "I've never seen such vulgarity in all mah born days! Someone should call the police!" You can headline it as:

COMMUNITY CALLS FOR APPREHENSION OF SUBURBAN DEVIANT FOLLOWING EXHIBITIONIST/BESTIALITY INCIDENT

I can't speak for the rest of you farkers, but I can't remember the last time I cared what anybody was "calling for". It's got to the stage that whenever I read about "calls" being made for some stern action in the face of "inappropriate" behavior, I automatically interpret it as meaning that some tender-hearted waster has been offended, and he hopes others will be offended too because he lacks the balls to do anything about it himself.

/pet peeve
 
433 [TotalFark]
2012-08-26 07:36:39 AM  
Tact, manners, decorum, professionalism. One might think that human resources would press applicants to display any of the aforementioned qualities, but in every office with a chair I've occupied, it's seemed that the process of bringing on new hires involves panning for gold dust with a rusted sieve.
 
2012-08-26 07:39:03 AM  
Most people will let others know what they're boundaries are in polite conversation by saying they are getting too much information from another while engaged in that conversation. The lady in TFA is playing a victim card, and it may be a political motivation that is doing it.

Also, his condom "fell off"... hahaha.... Poor lil feller.
 
2012-08-26 07:40:21 AM  

KiplingKat872: I was going to say, if the most interesting topic of discussion a person can come up with is their sex life, they're a pretty boring person. Most of us get over with the idea that we invented sex, ergo the world needs to hear about it, in the latter years of college.


Most of us also get over the idea that our personal delicate sensibilities mean anything at that time, too.
 
2012-08-26 07:43:40 AM  
Long ago and far away when I was a cubical warrior, I recall an extended discussion of the sensorial after-effects of having eaten asparagus which devolved into a rant about how some mystery woman always managed to pee all over the seat followed by a discussion of hovering technique used in public facilities. I recall it being an improvement over the person who was alternatively arguing with her husband and boyfriend on the phone all day.
 
2012-08-26 07:44:07 AM  

MadAzza: The world does not have to cater to me because I have a vagina.


But I assume it's OK when it does?
 
2012-08-26 07:44:31 AM  

NickelP: How do you do this anyways? Is this something that happens when you put a magnum xxl on your small wiener? I've broke condoms but never had one just 'fall off'.


I had a girl who would squeeze hard enough to pull them off when she really got into it. It was a shock when it happened the first time.
 
2012-08-26 07:48:02 AM  

doglover: NickelP: How do you do this anyways? Is this something that happens when you put a magnum xxl on your small wiener? I've broke condoms but never had one just 'fall off'.

I had a girl who would squeeze hard enough to pull them off when she really got into it. It was a shock when it happened the first time.


Wouldn't a squeeze THAT hard cause some soft tissue damage or something? Or are do they fit you that poorly that they slide off easily?
 
2012-08-26 07:48:46 AM  

NickelP: How do you do this anyways? Is this something that happens when you put a magnum xxl on your small wiener? I've broke condoms but never had one just 'fall off'.


Rather easy if you think about it... After climax, it's not uncommon to quickly lose your erection. As that happens, sometimes the penis shrivels up like a scared turtle and when you pull out *slip* it's off and still in the ol' baby-maker..
 
2012-08-26 07:50:36 AM  

doglover: KiplingKat872: I was going to say, if the most interesting topic of discussion a person can come up with is their sex life, they're a pretty boring person. Most of us get over with the idea that we invented sex, ergo the world needs to hear about it, in the latter years of college.

Most of us also get over the idea that our personal delicate sensibilities mean anything at that time, too.


Why should I have to listen to a topic of someones personal life I have no interest in that has no place in that environment. I mean seriously, %99.99999999999999999999 percent of the population could not give a rats fart what you do in your bedroom so why force it on them? You want to talk about getting over yourself....

This isn't about delicate sensibilities. I read erotica and watch porn. I write pornographic fanfic and I know a couple people who have published erotica.

But I don't discuss all that at work because that is not the place for it.
 
433 [TotalFark]
2012-08-26 07:52:36 AM  

NickelP: How do you do this anyways? Is this something that happens when you put a magnum xxl on your small wiener?


He could have put a few too many drops of lube on the inside of the condom, he could have been screwing in the shower and had the water flow help it slip off, or perhaps he had already reached orgasm and maintained enough of a stiffy afterwards to still slip in some bonus strokes before sliding out of the jimmy hat, possibly spreading seed around some places a partial load oughtn't be to prevent pregnancy, not to mention the chance of ejaculate getting squeezed out of the reservoir tip and on out and into or onto her honey pot. The thought of leaving a condom inside the palace walls gives me a shiver, and I know from ladyfriends that it's not a real comfortable idea for them, either.
 
2012-08-26 07:55:08 AM  
I thought you were supposed to leave them there when you were done. Uhmm... You learn something new every day.
 
2012-08-26 07:55:38 AM  

superdude72: OhioUGrad:

Not to mention all the retarded shiat that women talk about at work that men don't want to hear about. Especially older and/or obese women.

And the birthday parties. We're all grown adults, do we really have to have an office party with cake and cookies every time someone has a birthday? If you work in an office with a lot of women, you do.

I'd rather hear about my coworker's fishing expedition with the lost condom. Not because it's terribly interesting, but because as a grown adult who has had sex, I find it about as neutral a topic as the weather.


Haha, parties and gift exchanges at the holidays...and the inane gossip "did you see what she is wearing today"..so on and so on....and women think it's a stereotype, but I've worked with women from sales staff, to pharmacist, to directors of campuses......all pretty much the same.
 
2012-08-26 07:56:30 AM  

NIXON YOU DOLT!!!!!: Wouldn't a squeeze THAT hard cause some soft tissue damage or something? Or are do they fit you that poorly that they slide off easily?


You sound like your love life has sucked thus far. Here's hoping you learn about shades of grey, and I don't mean that awful book.
 
2012-08-26 07:59:36 AM  
at my old job, the girls liked to run up behind me and slap my ass while i was leaning over a counter doing paper work. i usually would come home from work with scratches bruises and bite marks every day. once i smacked a a girl on the arm and although she was laughing and smiling and slapping back, i got called into the managers office later that week. really dumb double standard. i quit that job.
 
2012-08-26 07:59:57 AM  

OhioUGrad: superdude72: OhioUGrad:

Not to mention all the retarded shiat that women talk about at work that men don't want to hear about. Especially older and/or obese women.

And the birthday parties. We're all grown adults, do we really have to have an office party with cake and cookies every time someone has a birthday? If you work in an office with a lot of women, you do.

I'd rather hear about my coworker's fishing expedition with the lost condom. Not because it's terribly interesting, but because as a grown adult who has had sex, I find it about as neutral a topic as the weather.

Haha, parties and gift exchanges at the holidays...and the inane gossip "did you see what she is wearing today"..so on and so on....and women think it's a stereotype, but I've worked with women from sales staff, to pharmacist, to directors of campuses......all pretty much the same.


It's when my female co-workers all on "diets" and talk incessantly about food that I want to shoot myself in the head, but then every office has a male work outfreak who needs to tell you how many reps he did that morning, and all the sports talk gets really really boring too.

Both sexes can be incredibly tedious at times.
 
2012-08-26 08:01:17 AM  

NickelP: How do you do this anyways? Is this something that happens when you put a magnum xxl on your small wiener? I've broke condoms but never had one just 'fall off'.


Well I'm sure an extra small condom wouldn't fall off. How embarrassing would that be?

*nervous laughter*
 
2012-08-26 08:01:46 AM  

433: Tact, manners, decorum, professionalism. One might think that human resources would press applicants to display any of the aforementioned qualities, but in every office with a chair I've occupied, it's seemed that the process of bringing on new hires involves panning for gold dust with a rusted sieve.


The social tone of an office is something. I don't believe (nor do I believe any employed person here believes) that keeping a workplace comfortably civil is as simple a matter as screening new hires. I think we'd all agree that this is a nebulous thing that has to be worked out among all the people concerned, though the boss has a strong influence (and responsibility) to see that everyone is conducting themselves in a seemly manner.

Some people have rougher habits of speech than the rest of the office. Often it's a simple matter of background. It shouldn't be a big deal. All it takes is to pull someone aside and have a frank talk about expectations. When I see a big blow-up over this sort of thing I assume that no one has had the guts to do this, and that they've let it simmer until they can't endure it any longer. You can't put this sort of thing on HR. It's a fault of poor (basically gutless) management.
 
2012-08-26 08:03:02 AM  

ShannonKW: 433: Tact, manners, decorum, professionalism. One might think that human resources would press applicants to display any of the aforementioned qualities, but in every office with a chair I've occupied, it's seemed that the process of bringing on new hires involves panning for gold dust with a rusted sieve.

The social tone of an office is something. I don't believe (nor do I believe any employed person here believes) that keeping a workplace comfortably civil is as simple a matter as screening new hires. I think we'd all agree that this is a nebulous thing that has to be worked out among all the people concerned, though the boss has a strong influence (and responsibility) to see that everyone is conducting themselves in a seemly manner.

Some people have rougher habits of speech than the rest of the office. Often it's a simple matter of background. It shouldn't be a big deal. All it takes is to pull someone aside and have a frank talk about expectations. When I see a big blow-up over this sort of thing I assume that no one has had the guts to do this, and that they've let it simmer until they can't endure it any longer. You can't put this sort of thing on HR. It's a fault of poor (basically gutless) management.


He was the councilman. It was his office.
 
2012-08-26 08:04:48 AM  

GF named my left testicle thundercles: at my old job, the girls liked to run up behind me and slap my ass while i was leaning over a counter doing paper work. i usually would come home from work with scratches bruises and bite marks every day. once i smacked a a girl on the arm and although she was laughing and smiling and slapping back, i got called into the managers office later that week. really dumb double standard. i quit that job.


I had a female coworker tell me and a group of other employees about her sexual escapades with the boss. During this entire thing she called another coworker a whore for the most part. The chick that got called a whore (who was but thats another story) got pissy and told a senior manager about it. Long story short nothing happened to the chick bragging about getting railed by the owner and since apparently I was the only male in the room I got yelled at for not reporting sexual harassment and just minding my own bussiness???? WTF???
 
2012-08-26 08:06:20 AM  
"He was very on the line of not being criminal and that's why he feels he did nothing wrong because it wasn't criminal but at the same time, he still did what he did and it was inappropriate," said Gusse."


I still don't understand this at all, but I'm betting she's not getting any if she talks like this.
 
433 [TotalFark]
2012-08-26 08:09:07 AM  

NIXON YOU DOLT!!!!!: Wouldn't a squeeze THAT hard cause some soft tissue damage or something?


No, no harm done with that particularly sexy hug - pretty effin' great, actually. It's often a fantastic "tell," as well, and (speaking for all men here, perhaps falsely) it can help a guy wrap it up himself before his partner becomes too sensitive for him to stick around and aim for orgasm himself. I don't think more detail is really needed, we all like sex and shouldn't have trouble thinking about it.

doglover: I had a girl who would squee


I've found myself in the same position with a few young ladies, and apart from their own talent(?) for it, it did always seem to help if my partner and I were good matches/very compatible. It often seemed to surprise them the first time, as well, and usually earned me a positive review whether I fully deserved it or not. Of course, I'd like to think that I'm just a farkin' stud, but I can only be sure of that when I'm having sex by myself.
 
2012-08-26 08:11:42 AM  
So if I can't go to work and give the details about nailing that chick, where can I talk about it? FARK? I just have two really great stories you may want to hear.
 
2012-08-26 08:16:31 AM  

NickelP: How do you do this anyways? Is this something that happens when you put a magnum xxl on your small wiener? I've broke condoms but never had one just 'fall off'.


As another poster has pointed out, some people put lube on the penis before the condom goes on (better sensitivity) which makes it easier to slip off, especially if you start to lose your erection before you pull out. Her position when you pull out could also increase vaginal gripping power, resulting in leaving the condom lodged in her. I've found that if her legs down and together, there's a good chance of leaving the condom in there.
 
2012-08-26 08:18:48 AM  

433: No, no harm done


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Seriously, thanks for backin' me up here. Sometimes the online folken are all weird. Well, relatively speaking. I never get these kinds of doubtful debbies IRL.
 
2012-08-26 08:18:57 AM  

KiplingKat872: He was the councilman. It was his office.


Yeah I know. Person I was replying to was taking about offices, HR, and new hires.
 
2012-08-26 08:22:54 AM  

ShannonKW: KiplingKat872: He was the councilman. It was his office.

Yeah I know. Person I was replying to was taking about offices, HR, and new hires.


Ah. Cool then. Yes, between co-workers there should be steps taken before it gets to HR.
 
2012-08-26 08:29:43 AM  

doglover: batcookie

You know you wanna hear about my knuckle children. I name them, you know. Here's a picture. That's Allen, Alicia, Andre, Ashley, Alfred, Allana, (several million names later) and Zoffery.


Again, if it's a choice between that and someone talking about the ADORABLE WAY little Timmy pissed all over himself yesterday... Yeah, the knuckle children are preferable.

wambu: MadAzza: The world does not have to cater to me because I have a vagina.

But I assume it's OK when it does?


Can't speak for her, but personally I get very pissed when I'm treated differently in any way based on the fact that I have a vagina. So no.
 
433 [TotalFark]
2012-08-26 08:31:24 AM  

ShannonKW: You can't put this sort of thing on HR. It's a fault of poor (basically gutless) management


Fine. We were sent shiatty temps. ;) I can recall one case who was especially boorish. His was a position that had a good amount of face time with the public, and the fellow simply could not behave in line with proper business etiquette. He was often an HR issue, but was dealt with by the department manager in lieu of putting another task on HR's busy schedule. Though I live in an at-will state, he was kept around until he broke his own employment levee. I can imagine how he slipped past the radar at first, but it was soon clear that he was a problem. Getting rid of him was harder than evicting a bad tenant.
The thrust of my post to which you responded was really centered around the frustration I've had in the past with co-workers that could not grasp what proper behavior in the workplace is. Sure, we all goof off at times, but the subject in TFA is a personality that is all too common, even in public-facing positions. It oughtn't be so difficult to weed them out, particularly when they are underperforming. Often, management has several hoops to jump through before becoming able to make a move or bring it to HR for reasons I haven't always known, though in one instance a complicated system was in place to prevent a terminated employee from being able to lawyer up and come knocking with demands and documents.
Mostly, though, why is it so difficult for people to, ah, act right?
It's times like these I must pause to reflect and remind myself that not everyone was born with the same grace and civility as I.
The prior line is a joke.

KiplingKat872: He was the councilman. It was his office.


And the calls were coming from inside the lobby!

doglover: Here's hoping you learn about shades of grey


Grey is my favorite color. I felt so symbolic yesterday. If I was Picasso, I would buy myself a grey guitar and play.
 
2012-08-26 08:31:31 AM  
What about my condom coming off during intercourse, but I don't think I got any sperm in my lover's ass? Would that be OK?
 
2012-08-26 08:32:51 AM  

doglover: NickelP: How do you do this anyways? Is this something that happens when you put a magnum xxl on your small wiener? I've broke condoms but never had one just 'fall off'.

I had a girl who would squeeze hard enough to pull them off when she really got into it. It was a shock when it happened the first time.


I had to do a double take when I noticed your Fark handle.
 
2012-08-26 08:35:53 AM  

SDRR: What about my condom coming off during intercourse, but I don't think I got any sperm in my lover's ass? Would that be OK?


Sounds shiatty for you if your condom came off in her ass....
 
2012-08-26 08:37:23 AM  

SDRR: What about my condom coming off during intercourse, but I don't think I got any sperm in my lover's ass? Would that be OK?


Only if you are gay.
 
2012-08-26 08:45:00 AM  

433: Tact, manners, decorum, professionalism. One might think that human resources would press applicants to display any of the aforementioned qualities, but in every office with a chair I've occupied, it's seemed that the process of bringing on new hires involves panning for gold dust with a rusted sieve.


Inflexibility, pedanticness, pomposity. If you're always blaming problems on the people HR or the temp agency sent you, maybe the problem is *YOU.* 

In my experience as a temp, the office often wouldn't have needed a temp if the permanent employees had done their jobs competently.
 
2012-08-26 08:45:07 AM  

MadAzza: The idea behind "talking about sex = sexual harassment" is inherently sexist.


No, because if a female talks about sex to male coworkers they could just as easily claim it was sexual harassment. They generally don't... but usually either because they don't mind it, or they don't want to appear weak.

In the past, perpetrators of sexual harassment have typically been male, but that's because males dominated the workforce both in numbers and position in the hierarchy. The general idea now is that the workplace is not the locker room or the pub: it's not the appropriate place to discuss your intimate life, no matter who you are. I've never heard of a harassment policy that allows female employees to do anything males cannot.
 
433 [TotalFark]
2012-08-26 08:45:41 AM  

SDRR: I don't think I got any sperm in my lover's ass? Would that be OK?


Maybe, maybe not. Have you any STI's, open cuts, wounds, or sores? Does your partner have any acne, ruptured cysts, or ingrown hairs around his or her anus? During intercourse, did you play a little too rough without using enough/reapplying lubricant and rupture or tear any epithelial tissue in your partners rectum? The latter is extremely important to be careful of even if you did not lose your rubber in your lover's rectum.

Because it could be OK.
 
2012-08-26 08:55:08 AM  
It sounds like he needs a tighter fitting condom.
If he were coworker of mine I would be asking him why his condom coming off during sex because condoms come in all sizes. I'd bring in some of the more snug fitting brands and leave them on his desk.
 
2012-08-26 08:55:20 AM  

433: Grey is my favorite color. I felt so symbolic yesterday. If I was Picasso, I would buy myself a grey guitar and play.


Well played. Pass me a bottle, Mr. Jones.
 
2012-08-26 09:01:27 AM  
This thread is full of win lol!
 
2012-08-26 09:03:17 AM  

No Such Agency: MadAzza: The idea behind "talking about sex = sexual harassment" is inherently sexist.

No, because if a female talks about sex to male coworkers they could just as easily claim it was sexual harassment. They generally don't... but usually either because they don't mind it, or they don't want to appear weak.

In the past, perpetrators of sexual harassment have typically been male, but that's because males dominated the workforce both in numbers and position in the hierarchy. The general idea now is that the workplace is not the locker room or the pub: it's not the appropriate place to discuss your intimate life, no matter who you are. I've never heard of a harassment policy that allows female employees to do anything males cannot.


Are you farking joking? See my last post. The workplace is somewhere you spend at least 8 hours a day with other people. People *Gasp* occasionally like to talk about personal stuff. If you aren't doing it in an intimidating way who cares? For the most part now you have a boys club that jokes about shiat like a condom falling off then a female walks up and everyone shuts the fark up because they don't want to get in trouble. I like women in the work place, they make it much funner, and I work with and have worked with some amazing women. To pretend female and male harassment policies don't differ is just dishonest. Maybe 'officially' but in reality if you are a male you have to watch every little thing you say around a female at work that deals with sex. As a female, you could pull your panties down and go to town with a stapler in front of another coworker. If he complained his boss (assuming its a man) would be like "so is she fat or are you gay?" Maybe this makes me a sexist but if a male told me about the whole condom falling off thing I am coming back with small dick jokes and bsing/teasing him, and we both laugh. If a female tells me that I am saying something real short like 'well that sucks' and walking the fark away.
 
2012-08-26 09:03:59 AM  

KiplingKat872: It's when my female co-workers all on "diets" and talk incessantly about food that I want to shoot myself in the head, but then every office has a male work outfreak who needs to tell you how many reps he did that morning, and all the sports talk gets really really boring too.

Both sexes can be incredibly tedious at times.

 

The gabbiest, most tedious coworker I ever had was a man. Whenever I hear men complain about women's conversations I think they must be deaf to all the endless talk about golf that they engage in.
 
2012-08-26 09:23:52 AM  
Sexual harassment threads always bring the he-man woman haters out from under their rocks.
 
433 [TotalFark]
2012-08-26 09:28:00 AM  

superdude72: Inflexibility, pedanticness, pomposity


One of these is a word.

superdude72: maybe the problem is *YOU.*


I suspect I actually lean towards "maybe not," though perhaps I ought to go in for a check-up, as I haven't seen a cube or a wheeled, high-backed ergonomic adjustable chair in five years or so. I don't see it fit to over-examine and nitpick my post when it ought to be clear that I was lamenting the seeming lack of a sense of appropriate behavior in a professional environment and how difficult it can be for employers to shake wheat from chaff. I might be wrong, but I doubt I'm alone when I say that I find it unpleasant to work around vocal assholes playing inappropriate games of grab-ass. Time and place for everything? I'll spend some time today wondering if the problem is me. I think I'd be fair at identifying the variables and resolving a f(x) where 433=farkup.

No Such Agency: The general idea now is that the workplace is not the locker room or the pub: it's not the appropriate place to discuss your intimate life


I dig it, but who will remain to remind the more sensitive skirts that their buttocks look great, particularly so when they arrive to work in heels? Who will offer to rub their shoulders and sideboob midday when their fragile constitution weakens around the noon hour due to undue strain shuttling case files up and down the flight of stairs between departments? Who? Who will remain in place to bolster their self-esteem by delivering properly times compliments concerning their appearance, which they are careful to maintain so the boss is not disappointed with their presentation? I fear for them, as it seems as though the good times are over One day I expect a woman to arrive at work wearing pants!
 
2012-08-26 09:39:15 AM  

doglover: NickelP: How do you do this anyways? Is this something that happens when you put a magnum xxl on your small wiener? I've broke condoms but never had one just 'fall off'.

I had a girl who would squeeze hard enough to pull them off when she really got into it. It was a shock when it happened the first time.


This happened because you have a small, short dick, not because of some chick's squeeze. You need to buy smaller condoms son. If the lady in the article would have mentioned this to the perp he would have stopped talking to her and whimpered off.
 
433 [TotalFark]
2012-08-26 09:42:58 AM  

theorellior: Well played. Pass me a bottle, Mr. Jones.


Thank you, but, I think that something wrong may be happening in TFA and I, Mr. Jones, do not know what it is!

Graffito: I'd bring in some of the more snug fitting brands and leave them on his desk.


Good idea!, though, to ensure that he is clear on your intent and concern, quietly slip him several and lead him to the bathroom so you can escape prying eyes and tilted ears and have the private conversation without embarrassing him in front of his other coworkers. Some people are visual learners, you know, and others just need it properly explained in a smaller classroom. You're right on. I think you have good ideas. It's likely that your community has a need for someone to perform similar services for disadvantaged segments of the population. Do that, and I bet you'll end the day feeling good about yourself and what you gave to those you serviced.
 
2012-08-26 09:48:10 AM  

NIXON YOU DOLT!!!!!: NickelP: How do you do this anyways? Is this something that happens when you put a magnum xxl on your small wiener? I've broke condoms but never had one just 'fall off'.

Get in too much of a hurry and don't put it on all the way.

/or so I've heard


Well... Even when its on all the way, it aint on all the way..... Just saying....
 
2012-08-26 09:59:11 AM  
Calls shenanigans on that...
www.trippedmedia.com
 
2012-08-26 10:10:46 AM  

NickelP: As a female, you could pull your panties down and go to town with a stapler in front of another coworker. If he complained his boss (assuming its a man) would be like "so is she fat or are you gay?"


3.bp.blogspot.com
 
2012-08-26 10:23:02 AM  
NickelP:
To pretend female and male harassment policies don't differ is just dishonest. Maybe 'officially' but in reality if you are a male you have to watch every little thing you say around a female at work that deals with sex. As a female, you could pull your panties down and go to town with a stapler in front of another coworker. If he complained his boss (assuming its a man) would be like "so is she fat or are you gay?"

Um, troll much? You pretty much just told me I'm full of crap, then reiterated what I said. The policy is the same for men and women... that's what "officially" means. How men and women typically respond to situations may be different.

Also, "personal stuff" at work is generally fine, when it's "hey I bought a sweet new motorcycle this weekend"/"my kid got in so much trouble at school"/"That new Batman movie sucks"... not "Let me tell you about my sex life".

Sheesh, so much butthurt derived from the conviction that women are out to steal your testicles.
 
2012-08-26 10:24:22 AM  
She probably brought it up.
"how was your weekend?"
"crazy, rubber fell off."
 
2012-08-26 10:25:33 AM  

MadAzza: The idea behind "talking about sex = sexual harassment" is inherently sexist. It's based on the myth that women are lesser, delicate creatures who need to be protected from discussions about sex (but only when those discussions are instigated by or include men).


If you think all of your male coworkers actually enjoying hearing graphic details about your threesome or bar hookup last night, you're probably going to be the subject of a settlement someday. Yep, happens between men too. You ought to look up male-male sexual harassment and female-female sexual harassment cases, and I'm not even talking about gay come-ons. The technical name for sexual harassment is actually "hostile work environment" when is basically whenever you have very sharp differences in comfort zones; one person overshares and one undershares and when they meet or just sit too close to each other bad things happen. Doesn't have to be the boss, although that's the slam dunk, and it certainly doesn't have to be male-to-female.

NickelP: Are you farking joking? See my last post. The workplace is somewhere you spend at least 8 hours a day with other people. People *Gasp* occasionally like to talk about personal stuff. If you aren't doing it in an intimidating way who cares? For the most part now you have a boys club that jokes about shiat like a condom falling off then a female walks up and everyone shuts the fark up because they don't want to get in trouble. I like women in the work place, they make it much funner, and I work with and have worked with some amazing women. To pretend female and male harassment policies don't differ is just dishonest. Maybe 'officially' but in reality if you are a male you have to watch every little thing you say around a female at work that deals with sex. As a female, you could pull your panties down and go to town with a stapler in front of another coworker. If he complained his boss (assuming its a man) would be like "so is she fat or are you gay?" Maybe this makes me a sexist but if a male told me about the whole condom falling off thing I am coming back with small dick jokes and bsing/teasing him, and we both laugh. If a female tells me that I am saying something real short like 'well that sucks' and walking the fark away.


Aside from having apparently obtained most of your ideas from Mad Men or the modern holdovers of the era, you have absolutely GOT to know who you're talking to thought, because men have filed sexual harassment claims over situations where they were too timid to get out of uncomfortable situations, or where coworkers just won't shut up no matter how many times they're asked. Doesn't even have to be bosses. It doesn't matter if it's all just the boys and you're angels around the girls, you'll get fired if one of them isn't really into it anyway.
 
2012-08-26 10:29:38 AM  

NickelP: GF named my left testicle thundercles: at my old job, the girls liked to run up behind me and slap my ass while i was leaning over a counter doing paper work. i usually would come home from work with scratches bruises and bite marks every day. once i smacked a a girl on the arm and although she was laughing and smiling and slapping back, i got called into the managers office later that week. really dumb double standard. i quit that job.

I had a female coworker tell me and a group of other employees about her sexual escapades with the boss. During this entire thing she called another coworker a whore for the most part. The chick that got called a whore (who was but thats another story) got pissy and told a senior manager about it. Long story short nothing happened to the chick bragging about getting railed by the owner and since apparently I was the only male in the room I got yelled at for not reporting sexual harassment and just minding my own bussiness???? WTF???


The proper response to both situations above is "It sounds like you're saying I was sexually harassed and have a good case." You'll see the whites of HR's eyes and they won't bother you again.

/apologies for typos in previous post, still hung over
 
2012-08-26 10:36:09 AM  
foxyshadis:
Aside from having apparently obtained most of your ideas from Mad Men or the modern holdovers of the era, you have absolutely GOT to know who you're talking to thought, because men have filed sexual harassment claims over situations where they were too timid to get out of uncomfortable situations, or where coworkers just won't shut up no matter how many times they're asked. Doesn't even have to be bosses. It doesn't matter if it's all just the boys and you're angels around the girls, you'll get fired if one of them isn't really into it anyway.

Well said, if I work with you and you're not my good friend, I don't want to hear your (probable lies) about your sex life, or even anything a little too private. If you're my good friend, you know our comfort level well enough to know what to say and what not to say.
 
2012-08-26 10:39:08 AM  

batcookie: doglover: If you can yammer on incessantly about your born kids, I can tell you about my unborn ones.

It's called equality, and you wanted it.

Actually, the equality that would be best would be both parties to shut up about each. I get so annoyed when ANYONE talks about their kids. More so than talking about who they're farking this week, actually.

MadAzza: Oh, for fark's sake.

FTA: (The city manager) claimed Marchione talked about his sex life including a "detailed discussion about his condom coming off during sex and his fear that he impregnated the woman; although he went on to state that he didn't think he got any (sperm) in her."
"Just because he didn't grope anyone and didn't physically do anything doesn't mean it wasn't harassment," said (council member) Gusse.

And you sat there and listened to it. Why did YOU not walk away, or simply tell him to stop?

The idea behind "talking about sex = sexual harassment" is inherently sexist. It's based on the myth that women are lesser, delicate creatures who need to be protected from discussions about sex (but only when those discussions are instigated by or include men).

It further assumes that women are too weak to say, "Shut up, jerkbag," to men whose conversation offends their delicate sensibilities, and that these helpless women need the protection of a paternal figure - the state (i.e., government representative, office or agency), via their employer's human resources department.

It's Victorian, it insults all women, and it pisses me off. I don't need the government's or my employer's protection from a guy acting like a guy. Furthermore, a guy has every right to act like a guy. The world does not have to cater to me because I have a vagina. My vagina doesn't render me mute, or helpless. I am not thrown into a quivering state of feminine horror when a man talks about sex in front of me. Or if he tells me I have nice tits.

Knock it off, sisters - or stay out of the workplace. Men are sick of catering to you, ...


Preach it, Sister! I wish I could vote the "smart" button more than once for your post.

Oh, and welcome to my favorites.
 
2012-08-26 10:42:33 AM  

MadAzza: Knock it off, sisters - or stay out of the workplace. Men are sick of catering to you, and I'm sick of them assuming I think like you.


I love you so much now. And not in a sexual way.
 
2012-08-26 10:54:03 AM  

Oh_Enough_Already: Fair enough, but any man who went to HR to complain about you doing so would either be A) Laughed out of the office, or B) Charged with harassment himself for talking about what you talked about in front of him.

So, you know, there's that.


Which means you just won the workplace harassment suit lottery. What's the problem?

Anyway, your concept of "HR" as anything but a whole department dedicated to preventing lawsuits is about 30 years out of date. The only situation I've ever seen your scenario happen is when the owner of the company is HR.
 
2012-08-26 10:55:26 AM  

Oh_Enough_Already: KiplingKat872: In the spirit of full equality, I expect all men to welcome conversation about my menstrual cycle, including days and flow consistancy.

There is such a thing as a time and place for everything, as well as TMI. Discussing the physical details of your sex life with people who have expressed no interest, from your co-workers to people on the train, is just creepy.
The internet has made a lot of people assume that everyone is intetested in the deepest most down and dirty details of their personal lives, but that just does not translate into the real world. If my best friend wants to discuss what is happening in the bedroom, cool. But I am really not interested in what my co-workers sex lives are like, male or female.

As for how she handled this, he was the council member and she worked in his office, meaning he wasn't a co-worker. He was her boss. That puts a different spin on this situation.

And maybe she did ask him to STFU and he didn't. Someone with that level of trouble with common discretion usually does not respond to polite requests.

Fair enough, but any man who went to HR to complain about you doing so would either be A) Laughed out of the office, or B) Charged with harassment himself for talking about what you talked about in front of him.

So, you know, there's that.


No, he wouldn't. Not in any of the places I have worked since I left the food service industry. I would be yanked into my manager or HR's office and given a talking to about appropriate behavior. If I persisted, I would face penalties. Where I work now (a university) I could be fired.
 
2012-08-26 10:58:22 AM  

Oh_Enough_Already: KiplingKat872: In the spirit of full equality, I expect all men to welcome conversation about my menstrual cycle, including days and flow consistancy.

There is such a thing as a time and place for everything, as well as TMI. Discussing the physical details of your sex life with people who have expressed no interest, from your co-workers to people on the train, is just creepy.
The internet has made a lot of people assume that everyone is intetested in the deepest most down and dirty details of their personal lives, but that just does not translate into the real world. If my best friend wants to discuss what is happening in the bedroom, cool. But I am really not interested in what my co-workers sex lives are like, male or female.

As for how she handled this, he was the council member and she worked in his office, meaning he wasn't a co-worker. He was her boss. That puts a different spin on this situation.

And maybe she did ask him to STFU and he didn't. Someone with that level of trouble with common discretion usually does not respond to polite requests.

Fair enough, but any man who went to HR to complain about you doing so would either be A) Laughed out of the office, or B) Charged with harassment himself for talking about what you talked about in front of him.

So, you know, there's that.


Hell, when I yelled at someone in another department it wound up on my yearly review. You think I could violate work place protocol by insisting on talking about my menstral flow and get away with it?
 
2012-08-26 11:01:07 AM  

spazzhappy: NickelP: How do you do this anyways? Is this something that happens when you put a magnum xxl on your small wiener? I've broke condoms but never had one just 'fall off'.

Rather easy if you think about it... After climax, it's not uncommon to quickly lose your erection. As that happens, sometimes the penis shrivels up like a scared turtle and when you pull out *slip* it's off and still in the ol' baby-maker..


This. Always pull out as soon as you're done, guys, never mind about leaving her on the brink.
 
2012-08-26 11:07:52 AM  
This entire thread is stupid.
 
2012-08-26 11:08:09 AM  
This is kinda like the issue Im dealing with at work now. For the longest time the men and women I worked with were all just the "guys" Crack a joke about someones sexuality, mom, dating life whatever and laughs were had by all. Then against my wishes the boss hired a clients relative and she is a bible thumper. Now everyone is walking on eggshells. Hell one time she complained to me because a couple of the guys called each other girls and she thought that was "mean". But I have had to shut her down a few times because she has been bugging people about going to her church. She was bugging me for details about this girl I was dating and I pretty much told her that is not an appropriate workplace topic. 
Ive tried to give her duties soooooo easy even a first day person cant fark em up but she manages. One day she farked up something so simple I told her to pay attention and pull her head out of her ass. She then went on to explain to me how a womans body is a sacred thing yadda yadda. I just looked at her and said its a metaphor and walked away while she droned on.
 
2012-08-26 11:08:20 AM  
Ages ago, I had the pleasure of working with a slim, lovely Jewish princess whose name was "Charmin." Seriously. This coquettish ditz told me all about her sexual frustration; how her hubby was always too tired, and all the titillating things she'd tried to get him interested.

I was just getting interested myself, when she mentioned hubby was a cop. Shut down that impulse in a hurry!
 
2012-08-26 11:14:08 AM  
I dont wanna hear about erectile disfunction nor trans vaginal meshes over my morning cheerios, but such is the state of decorum in america today
 
2012-08-26 11:20:28 AM  

MadAzza: Oh, for fark's sake.

FTA: (The city manager) claimed Marchione talked about his sex life including a "detailed discussion about his condom coming off during sex and his fear that he impregnated the woman; although he went on to state that he didn't think he got any (sperm) in her."
"Just because he didn't grope anyone and didn't physically do anything doesn't mean it wasn't harassment," said (council member) Gusse.

And you sat there and listened to it. Why did YOU not walk away, or simply tell him to stop?

The idea behind "talking about sex = sexual harassment" is inherently sexist. It's based on the myth that women are lesser, delicate creatures who need to be protected from discussions about sex (but only when those discussions are instigated by or include men).

It further assumes that women are too weak to say, "Shut up, jerkbag," to men whose conversation offends their delicate sensibilities, and that these helpless women need the protection of a paternal figure - the state (i.e., government representative, office or agency), via their employer's human resources department.

It's Victorian, it insults all women, and it pisses me off. I don't need the government's or my employer's protection from a guy acting like a guy. Furthermore, a guy has every right to act like a guy. The world does not have to cater to me because I have a vagina. My vagina doesn't render me mute, or helpless. I am not thrown into a quivering state of feminine horror when a man talks about sex in front of me. Or if he tells me I have nice tits.

Knock it off, sisters - or stay out of the workplace. Men are sick of catering to you, and I'm sick of them assuming I think like you.


Best. Profile. Read, Ever.
 
2012-08-26 11:29:40 AM  

vudukungfu: It's based on the myth that women are lesser, delicate creatures who need to be protected from discussions about sex


only if you don't think there are men out there who are too timid or passive to act on problems that they would be wholly in the right to try solving, and shouldn't have to deal with in the first place
 
2012-08-26 11:50:57 AM  
Seems a rule at every gangbang that the smallest cock is the one sporting a Magnum.
 
2012-08-26 11:54:55 AM  
Every thread like this one makes me more grateful that I've worked at home for decades. I wouldn't want to put up with the shiat that many have described here.

"Excuse me, I have work to do" is a cop-out.

"Your behavior is inappropriate" invites defensive rationalizations and conflict.

"I don't want to hear that stuff" should be sufficient.
 
2012-08-26 12:11:16 PM  

MadAzza: Oh, for fark's sake.

FTA: (The city manager) claimed Marchione talked about his sex life including a "detailed discussion about his condom coming off during sex and his fear that he impregnated the woman; although he went on to state that he didn't think he got any (sperm) in her."
"Just because he didn't grope anyone and didn't physically do anything doesn't mean it wasn't harassment," said (council member) Gusse.

And you sat there and listened to it. Why did YOU not walk away, or simply tell him to stop?

The idea behind "talking about sex = sexual harassment" is inherently sexist. It's based on the myth that women are lesser, delicate creatures who need to be protected from discussions about sex (but only when those discussions are instigated by or include men).

It further assumes that women are too weak to say, "Shut up, jerkbag," to men whose conversation offends their delicate sensibilities, and that these helpless women need the protection of a paternal figure - the state (i.e., government representative, office or agency), via their employer's human resources department.

It's Victorian, it insults all women, and it pisses me off. I don't need the government's or my employer's protection from a guy acting like a guy. Furthermore, a guy has every right to act like a guy. The world does not have to cater to me because I have a vagina. My vagina doesn't render me mute, or helpless. I am not thrown into a quivering state of feminine horror when a man talks about sex in front of me. Or if he tells me I have nice tits.

Knock it off, sisters - or stay out of the workplace. Men are sick of catering to you, and I'm sick of them assuming I think like you.


I always say, Thank you; I grew them myself.

/former Piledriver/Welder
//current Brewer
///Boys. Go fig.
 
2012-08-26 12:32:16 PM  

batcookie: doglover: batcookie

You know you wanna hear about my knuckle children. I name them, you know. Here's a picture. That's Allen, Alicia, Andre, Ashley, Alfred, Allana, (several million names later) and Zoffery.

Again, if it's a choice between that and someone talking about the ADORABLE WAY little Timmy pissed all over himself yesterday... Yeah, the knuckle children are preferable.

wambu: MadAzza: The world does not have to cater to me because I have a vagina.

But I assume it's OK when it does?

Can't speak for her, but personally I get very pissed when I'm treated differently in any way based on the fact that I have a vagina. So no.


If you gentlemen feel compelled to perform heavy lifting for me because that's how your mama raised you, thank you; you're very kind. Do not take that to mean I can't do it myself. I love when you open doors for me, and I'm really not that crazy about changing tires. You'd think it would make men happier to discover they don't have to do their job and half of someone else's.
 
2012-08-26 01:04:39 PM  

ShannonKW: One of the the most common signs of biased journalsism in recent years is this "calling for" trope.

Don't like somebody? Chances are some other prissy, entitled, twat doesn't like the cut of his jib either; and if she complains about him, you have your chance to author an article that will make it look like all the world has is against him...

Did that dude just piss on your miniature schnauzer after it crossed his property line for the umteenth time? Did the granny across the road exclaim, "I've never seen such vulgarity in all mah born days! Someone should call the police!" You can headline it as:

COMMUNITY CALLS FOR APPREHENSION OF SUBURBAN DEVIANT FOLLOWING EXHIBITIONIST/BESTIALITY INCIDENT

I can't speak for the rest of you farkers, but I can't remember the last time I cared what anybody was "calling for". It's got to the stage that whenever I read about "calls" being made for some stern action in the face of "inappropriate" behavior, I automatically interpret it as meaning that some tender-hearted waster has been offended, and he hopes others will be offended too because he lacks the balls to do anything about it himself.

/pet peeve


I started noticing this about 10 years ago on Democracy Now, when every other story was Amy Goodman claiming the leftist attenion whore du juor was "calling for" such and such.

"Cindy Sheehan calls for pull out from Iraq"
"Al Sharpton calls for jail time of Duke Lacross team"
"Cynthia McKinney calls for investigation into court bailiff"

Every time I heard one of those stories, I would think, who gives a shiat what this moron is "calling for" and what does that even mean!?
 
2012-08-26 01:21:35 PM  

doglover: NickelP: How do you do this anyways? Is this something that happens when you put a magnum xxl on your small wiener? I've broke condoms but never had one just 'fall off'.

I had a girl who would squeeze hard enough to pull them off when she really got into it. It was a shock when it happened the first time.


This!
 
2012-08-26 01:37:27 PM  
I fell asleep right after I posted, then woke up this morning to some very nice responses to my rant.

Thank you!

Off I go to to pick up some OT ...
 
2012-08-26 01:47:27 PM  

ShannonKW: One of the the most common signs of biased journalsism in recent years is this "calling for" trope.


This.

Also, asking for someone else to resign has to be the single most pussy move anyone can ever make.
 
2012-08-26 02:13:30 PM  
I'm actually the most high-brow in my office when in the office. The shiat that comes out of my female coworkers mouths...
 
2012-08-26 02:48:19 PM  

NickelP: Aside from involving sex, it is no different than if he told any story that they found offensive, and it doesn't sound like he was trying to intimidate them with it.


"Intimidate" isn't the word I'd use. Sounds more like he was gauging his female co-worker's interest in his penis and what he does with it. If she doesn't shut down the convo with an obvious "Do not talk to me about your penis and what you do with it," Perv Man will accelerate his efforts because he thinks he's turning her on. Then things will get out of hand and they'll be lucky to live through it.
 
2012-08-26 03:50:46 PM  

MadAzza: Oh, for fark's sake.

FTA: (The city manager) claimed Marchione talked about his sex life including a "detailed discussion about his condom coming off during sex and his fear that he impregnated the woman; although he went on to state that he didn't think he got any (sperm) in her."
"Just because he didn't grope anyone and didn't physically do anything doesn't mean it wasn't harassment," said (council member) Gusse.

And you sat there and listened to it. Why did YOU not walk away, or simply tell him to stop?

The idea behind "talking about sex = sexual harassment" is inherently sexist. It's based on the myth that women are lesser, delicate creatures who need to be protected from discussions about sex (but only when those discussions are instigated by or include men).

It further assumes that women are too weak to say, "Shut up, jerkbag," to men whose conversation offends their delicate sensibilities, and that these helpless women need the protection of a paternal figure - the state (i.e., government representative, office or agency), via their employer's human resources department.

It's Victorian, it insults all women, and it pisses me off. I don't need the government's or my employer's protection from a guy acting like a guy. Furthermore, a guy has every right to act like a guy. The world does not have to cater to me because I have a vagina. My vagina doesn't render me mute, or helpless. I am not thrown into a quivering state of feminine horror when a man talks about sex in front of me. Or if he tells me I have nice tits.

Knock it off, sisters - or stay out of the workplace. Men are sick of catering to you, and I'm sick of them assuming I think like you.


Amen sister.
 
2012-08-26 05:20:26 PM  

NickelP: How do you do this anyways? Is this something that happens when you put a magnum xxl on your small wiener? I've broke condoms but never had one just 'fall off'.


Happened to a friend of mine 30 years ago, resulting in a pregnancy and an abortion.

The condom rolled itself back up during sex, and came off the same way it went on.

I'd never heard of it before, either.
 
2012-08-26 05:41:40 PM  

KiplingKat872: Why should I have to listen to a topic of someones personal life I have no interest in that has no place in that environment. I mean seriously, %99.99999999999999999999 percent of the population could not give a rats fart what you do in your bedroom so why force it on them? You want to talk about getting over yourself....


I don't know why either, but I had to listen to boring coworkers talking about kids, spouses, lovers, divorces, aging parents, sports, politics, reality TV shows, plumbing problems, unreasonable water bills, cellphone bills, tax bills, arts and crafts, craft beers, craft cigars, boating, vacation plans, fire drills, 9/11, how added fiber is helping your digestion, how wearing a crystal helped your arthritis, and on and on and on and I didn't like any of that any more than you liked the bedroom stuff or sexual gossip, which I actually found a little bit amusing.

Why do you draw your own line at the bedroom door? Could it be because you're younger than me, so no coworker tried discussing the consistency of their bowel movements with you yet? Or the joy of changing their father's diaper for the first time? How about discussing how to properly tape a colostomy bag to one's side so laughing doesn't make you leak? Have you had that one inflicted on you yet?

And those are just what came to mind on the single topic of "feces". Wait'll everybody wants to compare hospice details after you lose a parent!

You know the "It gets better" program? Well, if you have coworkers who like to talk, as you get older it gets worse.
 
2012-08-26 05:47:52 PM  

Linkster: doglover: NickelP: How do you do this anyways? Is this something that happens when you put a magnum xxl on your small wiener? I've broke condoms but never had one just 'fall off'.

I had a girl who would squeeze hard enough to pull them off when she really got into it. It was a shock when it happened the first time.

This!


Um, try a smaller size condom.
 
2012-08-26 06:42:09 PM  
I'm so farking glad I work in a kitchen.
 
2012-08-26 09:10:05 PM  

insertsnarkyusername: I'm so farking glad I work in a kitchen.


Makin' a sandwich?
 
2012-08-26 10:02:38 PM  

huntercr: insertsnarkyusername: I'm so farking glad I work in a kitchen.

Makin' a sandwich?


Funny, if I want to tell a dirty joke or a co worker to go fark themselves I can do so without repercussions. Being a chef doesn't pay the best but we are expected to be crude, tough and able to take shiat. Anyone that can't is basically stonewalled and run out within a week.
 
2012-08-27 01:27:51 AM  
I don't want to hear the details of their menstrual cycle, but that never stopped them.
 
2012-08-27 10:42:19 AM  

MadAzza: I fell asleep right after I posted, then woke up this morning to some very nice responses to my rant.

Thank you!

Off I go to to pick up some OT ...


I wouldn't get too happy there with the attention you got sis. Your "rant" was the spineless creed of the pleaserwhore: " Furthermore, a guy has every right to act like a guy. The world does not have to cater to me because I have a vagina" translation: "I want men to like me SO BAD, so I'm gonna tell them their ugly behavior is totally cool with me and women are stoopid, (except me of course, cos I'm one of those cool chicks who think men even with their ugly behavior are awesome!) " I know no one else is reading this thread, which is fine. But I know you'll read this and know that what I say is totally true. So, was a little Fark attention worth it? If so, you sure are a cheap date.
 
2012-08-27 11:36:58 AM  

precious_crotchflake: MadAzza: I fell asleep right after I posted, then woke up this morning to some very nice responses to my rant.

Thank you!

Off I go to to pick up some OT ...

I wouldn't get too happy there with the attention you got sis. Your "rant" was the spineless creed of the pleaserwhore: " Furthermore, a guy has every right to act like a guy. The world does not have to cater to me because I have a vagina" translation: "I want men to like me SO BAD, so I'm gonna tell them their ugly behavior is totally cool with me and women are stoopid, (except me of course, cos I'm one of those cool chicks who think men even with their ugly behavior are awesome!) " I know no one else is reading this thread, which is fine. But I know you'll read this and know that what I say is totally true. So, was a little Fark attention worth it? If so, you sure are a cheap date.


I have to admit, my eyebrows raised when she said it was o.k. for co-workers to tell her she has nice tits. I did not know women needed approval on their breast size from their co-workers.

The fact that she is ducking is there are appropriate and inappropriate behaviors for *everyone* in the work place, and it is inappropriate for *anyone* to discuss the graphic physical details of their sex life with co-workers in the office. It's not being "Victorian" and "sexist," it's called "being professional." In fact, in many workplaces open discussion of any medical issue is frowned on. My boss does not want to know what I have doctors' appointments for because it is an HR issue. He need only know when I will not be in the office because of them.

Granted, the kitchen world is another world entirely. A butcher's knife and a spray can of oven cleaner stopped the physical harassment, the verbal I just bantered.
 
2012-08-27 12:20:25 PM  

KiplingKat872: precious_crotchflake: MadAzza: I fell asleep right after I posted, then woke up this morning to some very nice responses to my rant.

Thank you!

Off I go to to pick up some OT ...

I wouldn't get too happy there with the attention you got sis. Your "rant" was the spineless creed of the pleaserwhore: " Furthermore, a guy has every right to act like a guy. The world does not have to cater to me because I have a vagina" translation: "I want men to like me SO BAD, so I'm gonna tell them their ugly behavior is totally cool with me and women are stoopid, (except me of course, cos I'm one of those cool chicks who think men even with their ugly behavior are awesome!) " I know no one else is reading this thread, which is fine. But I know you'll read this and know that what I say is totally true. So, was a little Fark attention worth it? If so, you sure are a cheap date.

I have to admit, my eyebrows raised when she said it was o.k. for co-workers to tell her she has nice tits. I did not know women needed approval on their breast size from their co-workers.

The fact that she is ducking is there are appropriate and inappropriate behaviors for *everyone* in the work place, and it is inappropriate for *anyone* to discuss the graphic physical details of their sex life with co-workers in the office. It's not being "Victorian" and "sexist," it's called "being professional." In fact, in many workplaces open discussion of any medical issue is frowned on. My boss does not want to know what I have doctors' appointments for because it is an HR issue. He need only know when I will not be in the office because of them.

Granted, the kitchen world is another world entirely. A butcher's knife and a spray can of oven cleaner stopped the physical harassment, the verbal I just bantered.


Oh, you need to stick around on Fark a bit longer, and you'll see her like come out of the woodwork now and then. They flock to the threads about sexual harassment, etc,where there are sure to be enough misogynists to give her the attention she craves.
 
2012-08-27 12:40:20 PM  

batcookie: doglover: If you can yammer on incessantly about your born kids, I can tell you about my unborn ones.

It's called equality, and you wanted it.

Actually, the equality that would be best would be both parties to shut up about each. I get so annoyed when ANYONE talks about their kids. More so than talking about who they're farking this week, actually.

MadAzza: Oh, for fark's sake.

FTA: (The city manager) claimed Marchione talked about his sex life including a "detailed discussion about his condom coming off during sex and his fear that he impregnated the woman; although he went on to state that he didn't think he got any (sperm) in her."
"Just because he didn't grope anyone and didn't physically do anything doesn't mean it wasn't harassment," said (council member) Gusse.

And you sat there and listened to it. Why did YOU not walk away, or simply tell him to stop?

The idea behind "talking about sex = sexual harassment" is inherently sexist. It's based on the myth that women are lesser, delicate creatures who need to be protected from discussions about sex (but only when those discussions are instigated by or include men).

It further assumes that women are too weak to say, "Shut up, jerkbag," to men whose conversation offends their delicate sensibilities, and that these helpless women need the protection of a paternal figure - the state (i.e., government representative, office or agency), via their employer's human resources department.

It's Victorian, it insults all women, and it pisses me off. I don't need the government's or my employer's protection from a guy acting like a guy. Furthermore, a guy has every right to act like a guy. The world does not have to cater to me because I have a vagina. My vagina doesn't render me mute, or helpless. I am not thrown into a quivering state of feminine horror when a man talks about sex in front of me. Or if he tells me I have nice tits.

Knock it off, sisters - or stay out of the workplace. Men are sick of catering to you, ...


and YOU, batcookie, have been favorited by me. With the tag: "pleaserwhore," and a nice shade of vomit pink.
 
2012-08-27 01:17:42 PM  

KiplingKat872: I have to admit, my eyebrows raised when she said it was o.k. for co-workers to tell her she has nice tits. I did not know women needed approval on their breast size from their co-workers.


How did you get from the first to the second? "Something is OK" does not equal "Something is required."

No wonder you guys are so uptight. You misinterpret the most simple concepts. If I had to live with such a staggering lack of reading comprehension, I'd be cranky, too.
 
2012-08-27 02:18:51 PM  

MadAzza: KiplingKat872: I have to admit, my eyebrows raised when she said it was o.k. for co-workers to tell her she has nice tits. I did not know women needed approval on their breast size from their co-workers.

How did you get from the first to the second? "Something is OK" does not equal "Something is required."

No wonder you guys are so uptight. You misinterpret the most simple concepts. If I had to live with such a staggering lack of reading comprehension, I'd be cranky, too.


It was a very odd thing to include, almost as if you were calling attention to the fact that men have said you have nice tits.

Again, there is a time and place for everything and most offices are not the place for locker room talk or juvenile frat-party flirting. It's called "being professional," not "uptight." Just because someone doesn't want to hear the graphic details of what you did with you BF or GF in bed this weekend, that does not mean they are not a wildcat in the sack themselves. They just are not so insecure they feel the need to announce it to a bunch of people who could care less.

It's always the quiet ones.
 
2012-08-27 03:30:25 PM  

MadAzza: KiplingKat872: I have to admit, my eyebrows raised when she said it was o.k. for co-workers to tell her she has nice tits. I did not know women needed approval on their breast size from their co-workers.

How did you get from the first to the second? "Something is OK" does not equal "Something is required."

No wonder you guys are so uptight. You misinterpret the most simple concepts. If I had to live with such a staggering lack of reading comprehension, I'd be cranky, too.


Gotta love the "you gais totally misinterpreted wut I sayd!" on something that was interpreted pretty much verbatim. Don't be a coward, MadAzza, you were pretty sure of yourself when the thread began. Oh wait, no you weren't. You were just yawping a load of b.s. to impress the dudes, knowing that this being Fark, you'd get accolades instead of called out for being a coward.
 
2012-08-28 03:23:17 AM  

precious_crotchflake: MadAzza: KiplingKat872: I have to admit, my eyebrows raised when she said it was o.k. for co-workers to tell her she has nice tits. I did not know women needed approval on their breast size from their co-workers.

How did you get from the first to the second? "Something is OK" does not equal "Something is required."

No wonder you guys are so uptight. You misinterpret the most simple concepts. If I had to live with such a staggering lack of reading comprehension, I'd be cranky, too.

Gotta love the "you gais totally misinterpreted wut I sayd!" on something that was interpreted pretty much verbatim. Don't be a coward, MadAzza, you were pretty sure of yourself when the thread began. Oh wait, no you weren't. You were just yawping a load of b.s. to impress the dudes, knowing that this being Fark, you'd get accolades instead of called out for being a coward.


It's so typical for women to gang up and tsk-tsk about another. Gossip has been used for centuries to uphold traditional gender roles and keep women in line. Good job!

I know this is pointless, but here it is again: Saying that something is OK is not the same as saying it's required. Your misinterpretation is not "verbatim" in the least. Nice try, though.

You will continue to insist that I said something I didn't, because otherwise you have no argument.

It's not about my tits. I was using hyperbole to make the point that if a guy compliments a woman, it's not an offense. I suppose now you're going to screech about that. God forbid a woman exaggerates humorously to make a point, right? That's only for the menfolk!

I've known a lot of women like you, so desperate for male approval that they assume every other woman feels the same way. What's interesting is your insistence that I feel the same way you do -- that women aren't equal, and that we crave male approval. I understand that you feel this way, but I do not. Stop projecting. It's ludicrous.

And stop calling me a "coward" because I'm not letting you get away with putting words in my mouth. That doesn't even make sense.

Most of what you've accused me of is so ridiculous that I can't even formulate a response to it. I'm sure you'll come back and flap and cry the usual nonsense that self-hating feminists spout. Everyone else has gotten bored and wandered off, but hey, it's your forum, too, so have at it. You two can pat each other on the back and exclaim triumphantly about your cleverness.
 
2012-08-28 08:48:54 AM  

MadAzza: I've known a lot of women like you, so desperate for male approval that they assume every other woman feels the same way


Honey, you can't just throw back what other people have accurately said about you in an attempt to throw them off your trail. You yawped a ton of b.s. here, you got called on it, and your insecurity about it is VERY obvious.
Oh btw, I'm not a feminist. But I understand that you REALLY need me to be, in order for you to have a valuable opportunity to call me a "self-hating feminist." Anything you can lob at people to get them off your ass, huh? It doesn't work, but it's something at least, amirite?
 
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