Nope. The more responsibility lues with the stronger sex. He has more power on multiple levels even if they are coworkers.
I get sexually harassed, hit on, flirted with by so many guys whi COME TO ME. I am shy and i dont even kniw how to get them to leave me alone. I am quiet and shy and yet they do this to me EVEN or even more so when i tell them stop talking sexually to me.
I have to disagree, humbly. It takes two, and like I said, unless he’s harassing her with advances, then how are those interactions happening? Is he talking to space and she’s ignoring him? No, she’s talking to him as well. It’s not about strength, it’s about two adults consenting to flirting in the work place. I completely agree that it is unprofessional, but both parties are at fault.
What you’re experiencing is not ok whatsoever, and I would take the issue to HR honestly. I think if you mentioned this in your initial post, I would’ve broadened my opinion to make clear that what I’m specifically speaking on is a flirtatious relationship beginning in the workplace, not someone being harassed.
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When a guy does that, how does it feel? Maybe if you explain it some guys will be less encouraged to pressure girls at work.
I just think you can't get to know someone you work with. People are so different from their professional selves
well yea that's why you take them out, that's why you try to be friends with them so you can get to see that other side
That sounds like you're talking about bad men.
I hear those stories all the time I’ve been on the site for 10 years