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Broadly speaking, they only apply to the workplace/employment related environment and educational establishments.For the latter one, note that sexual harassment is not only prohibited between teachers and students, but it is also prohibited among students themselves.On a previous blog at the Huffington Post, I used the example of Stephen Colbert's satirical "March to Keep Fear Alive" as a timely illustration of a larger point: humans evolved to be fearful - since that helped keep our ancestors alive - so we are very vulnerable to being frightened and even intimidated by threats, both real ones and "paper tigers." With his march, Colbert was obviously mocking those who play on fear, since we certainly don't need any new reminders to keep fear alive.
However, section 40 of the SDO only tells us that it is unlawful for the goods/services/facilities providers to sexually harass their customers/recipients.
Says Christopherson, "There are many men who are attracted (both sexually and socially) to strong, powerful and/or influential women.
They see these traits as contributing to the complexity of that woman's character and personality.", 2005 Current Population Survey data shows, "Successful women in their 30s have options — and [women] in their late 30s are significantly more likely to walk down the aisle than their less accomplished sisters."So there are good guys out there, now it's just a matter of finding them.
I make sure to show that I think they're ridiculous when putting on that tough guy act. They make sure to find a way to tell me how funny it is that everyone is afraid of me. :)Having 36 visible tattoos doesn't hurt my "I'm the boss" reputation either, though I think it's the silliest thing ever to think someone is a bad ass because they've spent a lot of money to wear their art.
I walk through the unit with my jaw clinched and eyes straight ahead. I don't play favorites and make sure they know exactly what's expected of them.
Women today lead richer lives and settle down for love and companionship, rather than out of social pressure or economic neccessity.