(Closed) Ridiculously Naive?

posted 10 years ago in Intimacy
Post # 3
2030 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: December 1969

Wow, both those scenarios are WAY out of line! That conversation at work is not even legal – it goes way beyond the line of sexual harassment. And your Future Mother-In-Law – that’s just gross!!!

Post # 4
1022 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

ick!  NO, I’m pretty sure that’s not normal!

Post # 5
1205 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2009

Yeah, that’s not normal. I work in a store with some young’uns and they sometimes let their talk get out of hand… but they always quiet up when someone is clearly uncomfortable or when there’s a manager or someone "uncool" around.

The Future Mother-In-Law comment is very strange. I got uncomfortable when my Future Mother-In-Law was making fun of the newscaster for saying "servicing" instead of "serve" … and said what kind of sexual act servicing is. I can’t believe that, but it’s nowhere near as bad as what you’ve described!

Post # 6
117 posts
Blushing bee

I’m a pretty open so I don’t have a problem with explicite stuff like that but it is just NOT APPROPRIATE in the workplace.  EVER. 

Post # 7
275 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2009 - Harbison Chapel & The Maple Lane Farm

I’m with these girls – That doesn’t sound normal to me. And your Future Mother-In-Law thing, that’s so wrong.

Post # 9
5822 posts
Bee Keeper

Um…if your Future Mother-In-Law used o sell sex toys…I wouldn’t be surprised if she mentioned sex…often…have you seen "Meet the Fockers?"

But at work…that’s SH (sexual harassment).  The thing is, if you don’t speak up, then the next girl to fill your shoes will have to put up with it because they’ll all think it’s ok.  Make it clear that it is NOT ok in front of you.  You shouldn’t have to listen to it.  (I’m no stranger to raunchy talk, I’m in the Navy for petes sake.  But you have to draw a line where there is none so they know it’s not ok!!)

Post # 10
98 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: October 2010

Ill.  Is there a higher-up to the manager?  Is this a national company you work for?  The 17 year old is a minor and, depending on the state you live in, the manager can  legally be considered in violation of Sexual Misconduct Involving a Minor.  

That aside, MightySapphire is absolutely right about this being a case of SH.  You probably don’t want to feel like a narc, but these discussions are completely unacceptable and you have the right to work in an environment free of sexual impropriety.  What’s happening at your job is "Hostile Environment Sexual Harassment" due to the frequency of these discussions.  Morality is not the issue here; bottom line, its illegal.     

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