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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 13
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2012-08-26 05:09:43 AM
7 votes:
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 07:09:17 AM
4 votes:

fusillade762: Broads should be less sensitive.


You shouldn't call chicks broads. The dames hate that.
2012-08-26 07:07:44 AM
2 votes:
Broads should be less sensitive.
2012-08-26 05:51:41 AM
2 votes:
They still like to smell my fingers though, right?
2012-08-26 06:42:09 PM
1 votes:
I'm so farking glad I work in a kitchen.
2012-08-26 10:23:02 AM
1 votes:
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 10:10:46 AM
1 votes:

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?"


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2012-08-26 09:28:00 AM
1 votes:

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 09:03:59 AM
1 votes:

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 08:55:08 AM
1 votes:
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 08:01:17 AM
1 votes:

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 07:05:01 AM
1 votes:
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 07:03:04 AM
1 votes:

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'?
 
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