When I woke up after passing out from my low blood sugar condition to find a fat, ugly feminist I thought was a friend, riding my penis I suppose that’s sexual harassment. Another feminist told me I wasn’t raped because feminists get to define rape and unless something is inserted into your genital area body cavities, it ain’t rape.
Anyway, it happened again 15 years later with another diseased feminist mental case.
No matter what they say, I call it rape.
I let it go, as Elaine Chao advises. There are many, many more important bad things that have happened to me in life than a couple of skanks riding me.
Women have been trained to see sexual harassment everywhere and to embrace a permanent scar where there really shouldn’t be a scar.
I’ve seen flirtatious girls playfully grab guy’s butts and d*cks (through their pants) and the guys thought nothing of it. Drunk Mexican girls are the worst.
It’s hypocrisy writ large when women can play grab ass, but men are demonized for the same thing.
Anyway, Elaine Chao implicitly gave women who experience whatever the hell sexual harassment is some good advice.
Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao has been slammed for appearing to suggest that women who suffered sexual harassment should ‘let it go.’