He’s a coworker and he hugs me so tight I can feel his genitalia and/or my breasts are being pressed on his chest or arm (if he hugs from the side). I’m talking so tight my ribs could break and I start squealing cause I don't know when he’s gonna stop squeezing more.
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Stop reading things into "grab a feel" or "rub and run". You are an object and have been reduced to such. Much like a male dog lifting his leg and expressing himself upon the tree. YOu are better than OF or porn cause of fleshy.2
Maybe he is seeing someone already and that is why he hasn’t made a move. Why don’t you make a move on him if you want? I would tell him hey you’re squeezing me too tight when you hug me (if you feel comfortable even hugging him).
What is his position at your work? Do you even like him in that way?6
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I think the hug is his way of saying he likes you. I think the ball is in your court now as you are his coworker and he doesn't want to to be looked upon as harassing you. If you don't meet him halfway he has to assume you're not interested.0
Maybe he likes you and wants you to know, but he doesn't know what else to do or say due to inexperience or shyness. I don't know for sure unless you ask him. Ask him if he likes you.0
I guess he likes you and too shy afterwards to talk to you10
Tell him to knock that shit off, I hate imposing huggers.0
Bro.. that is super weird. You could easily call him out on inappropriate behavior.113
I wanna feel your boobs...
Can I hug you? Tight hug.0
Where does he hug you?2
Perhaps he is embarassed.6
Copping a feel. he got his feel.0
Tell him about it0
Thats not appropriate for a coworker0
It's difficult to say why a guy would hug someone super tight and then not give them attention after, as everyone's motivations and behaviors are unique. However, it's important to prioritize your own comfort and boundaries in any situation, especially if someone's behavior is making you feel uncomfortable or unsafe.
If this coworker's hugs are making you feel uncomfortable or inappropriate, it may be helpful to establish clear boundaries with him. You could try telling him that you prefer less physical contact, or that you are uncomfortable with the way he hugs you. It's important to be firm and direct in your communication, and to prioritize your own well-being and safety.
If his behavior persists or if you feel unsafe around him, it may be important to bring this to the attention of a manager or HR representative. It's important to prioritize your own safety and well-being in any workplace situation, and to take steps to protect yourself from any inappropriate behavior or actions.