Back when I was in my twenties I spent six months installing machinery in a factory that was 95% women.God it was dangerous in there, I loved it!
Now im mid forties id be safe
I was reading the Southland Times. Southland for those that don't know is at the bottom of the New Zealand South island, tough country.Nowadays if you call that big guy running the Blanchard with a beard and wearing a dress Mister Smith, you might get sued..or punched in the nose..
At our Christmas party, I called my niece Marie (her name) and she gave me a nasty look...Now she wants to be a boy/man and be called Alix.
I think everybody should make a stand on boys in girls' sports and boys/men in the school girls' showers.
*Oh to make this post machine related..boys/men should not hang out their tools in the wrong places.
Sign - "Sexual harassment will not be reported, however it will be graded",A friend of mine told me about a tool crib woman at Boeing who had a sign posted at the window stating sexual harassment was a workplace benefit. He said sometimes they would do "lunch" off-site.
We had a meeting of the staff committee (I think it was called) with senior management at a small firm where I worked in the late eighties, and when the MD called for Any Other Business at the end of the meeting, one of the women said "Sexual harassment... we want more of it!". The boss looked stunned for a moment, but took it in good part.i remember, some where in the mid ninety's when this sexual harassment was becoming a big thing,
we had a company meeting. anyway, one of our women exclaimed the sexual harassment was her favorite part of the day.