To be honest refract, my comment to you, and your response, highlights how different guys treat notions of ‘harassment’. We both made light of it. Now maybe I was in the wrong for doing that, I don’t know. But it did remind me of a similar situation years back when the boss’s sister hit on all the young apprentices. Literally every guy just laughed it off (some even took her up on her offer).
I find it interesting that there are movements out there (feminists) who would argue that men and women are no different and that it is sexist to believe so and to treat them so. And yet when it comes to certain selection of offences, such as what we are talking about here, the assumption is that only women can be ‘true’ victims.
Victim culture is eating itself. We now live in a world where anyone can literally ‘decide’ to change gender (and back again), and anyone who questions it is now ‘transphobic’ and may even possibly get a visit from the police. Good decent people have lost careers because of this hysterical #metoo climate. Lives are being ruined for more likes and upvotes. In the meantime, genuine victims are getting lost in the sea of #metoo’ers who want a share of victim points. Definitions are being skewed all over the place and losing their potency. This is happening with racism.