It seems to me the standards for sexual harassment are many and mixed. We don't even know exactly what it is Herman Cain has done to raise such a hue and cry. He made someone feel 'uncomfortable'. What does that mean? I think back to my younger days and how many guys I dated, or didn't, at whom I could aim such accusations by today's standards. I guess because none of them ever came into the public eye I didn't bother. I just avoided them. The thing that is bothersome is not knowing exactly what we're supposed to be so angry about. Everything is skewed. Plus it's his word against those who have lawyered themselves up. I remember when the harassment movement first began. A woman would walk past a construction site and if she were attractive she'd elicit wolf whistles and catcalls. That became politically incorrect so the guys would stand by silently, undressing her with their eyes. They couldn't be sued for that. If one is harassment isn't the other?/Dogwalk Musings. More here. (AP file photo)
Question: Has the definition of sexual harassment changed? Where do you think the line is?