>he missed out on so many opportunities in life because he was afraid of sexual harassment accusations

>he missed out on so many opportunities in life because he was afraid of sexual harassment accusations

Why do men do this?

I can get refraining from certain gestures so you don't get accused of anything. But men won't even talk to people, or advance their careers, for fear of accusations.

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  1. 1 month ago
    sage

    >>he missed out on so many opportunities in life because he was afraid of sexual harassment accusations
    >Why do men do this?
    They don't. This is totally made up.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      - https://amp theguardian com/lifeandstyle/2019/aug/29/men-women-workplace-study-harassment-harvard-metoo
      - https://www caseiq com/resources/why-avoiding-women-at-work-is-the-wrong-response-to-metoo/
      - https://www pghcitypaper com/columns/instead-of-addressing-their-personal-discomfort-men-are-avoiding-women-altogether-in-the-workplace-16690762
      - https://medium com/@empathicmale/men-are-avoiding-women-at-work-can-you-really-blame-us-4281d6308161
      - https://www surveymonkey com/newsroom/men-continue-to-pull-back-in-wake-of-metoo/

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >Why do men do this?
        I'm a man with a lot of male friends and I know nobody who does this, so I won't be wasting my time reading any of this nonsense.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          You're an invalid source of information because your only data is anecdotal, not substantial or tangible.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Your """"""""""""data"""""""""""" is fiction.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Your """"""""""""data"""""""""""" is fiction.

          >i don't like your evidence so it's false
          lol

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        So your "evidence" is a link salad to

        1. Far left tabloid rag The Guardian known for making thing up

        2. A reprint of the guadian article in a smaller paper

        3. The blog of a software vendor with solutions for "case management" looking for SEO, rephrasing the guardian article

        4. A blog article on Medium rephrasing the guadian article

        5. A blog article on Survey Monkey looking to increase SEO, rephrasing the guardian article.

        And the guardian article just claims 27% of men in the US didn't want to be on a 1 on 1 WORK dinner meeting with a female WORK COLLEAGUE. It doesn't even confirm the premise of your fricking question.

        Grow up moron.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >And the guardian article just claims 27% of men in the US didn't want to be on a 1 on 1 WORK dinner meeting with a female WORK COLLEAGUE. It doesn't even confirm the premise of your fricking question.
          Kek I wonder what that percentage this is with the sexes reversed.
          Hey OP, why do women miss out on so many opportunities in life because they're afraid of sexual harassment accusations?!

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      It's been a widely observed phenomenon for years. Affects my workers, too.

      >Why do men do this?
      I'm a man with a lot of male friends and I know nobody who does this, so I won't be wasting my time reading any of this nonsense.

      Yeah, but you're only speaking from experience. Which is a). you have no proof of; and b). the least reliable source of information.

      So your "evidence" is a link salad to

      1. Far left tabloid rag The Guardian known for making thing up

      2. A reprint of the guadian article in a smaller paper

      3. The blog of a software vendor with solutions for "case management" looking for SEO, rephrasing the guardian article

      4. A blog article on Medium rephrasing the guadian article

      5. A blog article on Survey Monkey looking to increase SEO, rephrasing the guardian article.

      And the guardian article just claims 27% of men in the US didn't want to be on a 1 on 1 WORK dinner meeting with a female WORK COLLEAGUE. It doesn't even confirm the premise of your fricking question.

      Grow up moron.

      a). You posted five examples of what constitutes something as evidence.
      b). No one hadn't used the word "evidence" up until this point.
      c). "And the guardian article just claims 27% of men in the US didn't want to be on a 1 on 1 WORK dinner meeting with a female WORK COLLEAGUE." consists with her claims. It doesn't negate it.

      >And the guardian article just claims 27% of men in the US didn't want to be on a 1 on 1 WORK dinner meeting with a female WORK COLLEAGUE. It doesn't even confirm the premise of your fricking question.
      Kek I wonder what that percentage this is with the sexes reversed.
      Hey OP, why do women miss out on so many opportunities in life because they're afraid of sexual harassment accusations?!

      A lot of women are afraid of being accused of sexual harassment, as well.

      Your """"""""""""data"""""""""""" is fiction.

      Her "data" includes multiple sources observing the same phenomena. That's about as opposite as you can get from "fiction" under the contextual circumstances.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      They literally do. I do it as well

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    @30895737
    You don't have any "workers".

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Where's your proof? And speaking of which, you didn't provide proof of your claim after it was referenced.
      >also, learn how to use >> instead of @

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    @30895773
    Post "proof" that you have "workers" larper.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >@30895773
      >@
      Wtf is this supposed to be?

      Anyway, people who are asked to provide proof for their claims don't suddenly get to dismiss it by asking others for proof instead. So provide proof for your "I have friends" larp.

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    @30895882
    >So provide proof for your "I have friends" larp.
    What are you talking about? Meds.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >What are you talking about?

      >Why do men do this?
      I'm a man with a lot of male friends and I know nobody who does this, so I won't be wasting my time reading any of this nonsense.

      >I'm a man with a lot of male friends
      Now prove your larp.

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    A lot of guys get tired of the disrespect and hostility they experience from women. I would say, on a very harsh scale im like a 6 - 6.5 /10, or by soft standards a 7.5 - 8/10 so lets just say im an average looking guy but fit and with smarts. When I was 24 at my peak of attractiveness and pursing women most frequently it was a lot of work for me to get dates. I still got them now and then because i plowed through the rejections but i got tired of it. On top of that a sizable percentage of women (not all but enough to leave a mark) seem to be randomly standoffish and cold in normal, non-approach, day to day interactions. So for the last 4 or so years I have basically stopped seeking women for dating. Each year that goes by I understand that is lost opportunity. I know I am getting older and eventually my looks will fade but idk what to say. Its not enjoyable for me.

    I am able to put myself in women's shoes though somewhat. I understand why some are cold as I described. On a side note, I see my 6'6 friend getting 100s of matches on dating apps and with a new girl every couple months. Hes a great guy and good looking but the responses we get are way different. I tend to see the sides of women he doesn't see till later on. When he tells me about his dating life I listen and give my thoughts and dont get butthurt about his successes like I used to when I was in my 20s. Sorry for rambling. Does that answer your question? Theres no fear of approach its just tiresome for me personally.

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    @30895945
    Prove that's me, incel.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Moving the goalpost, you've yet to provide evidence for your claims.
      >incel
      The pot calling the kettle black.

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I've always been the low-key tism creep, so I shut myself down gently before I feel the sting of confirmation when they shut me down.
    "It is better to keep your mouth closed and let people think you are a fool than to open it and remove all doubt."

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >I've always been the low-key tism creep
      I'm the mask off autistic pervert and I frick, skill issue.

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Because I got shit to do instead of playing games and stroking people's ego.

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    That is absolutely moronic.

  10. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >Why do men do this?
    Some men enjoy fear more than they enjoy ambition.

  11. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    i have autism and reading/perceiving body language is a tiresome chore

  12. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I was sexually abused as a kid. I've never had a good relationship with sex and all my partners were unsatisfying or really shitty people I regret getting involved with. I'm sure I've been accused of shit behind my back, but I wouldn't have any direct evidence of it.
    Between my own hangups and the paranoia that I've already got some kind of label like that, I don't feel obliged to push for it anymore.

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