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  Roflsauruz  |  28

Yeah, turtlenecks in the summer..... Mmmmm sweaty @__@.... Lol.... You know it's hot here in Canada as well...? Anything BUT a turtleneck would be nice. Maybe consider adding camisoles under your more "low-cut" shirts? Etc..

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  tylenol123  |  28

Uhh maybe dont dress like a slut. You should dress proffesional so you dont have this issue instead of trying to show off your cleavage so syop complaining

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  DmF288  |  50

Hate to say it, but pretty much this. If you were covered up, though, then that's a rough situation to be in, but you should probably talk to him about it.

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  RedPillSucks  |  50

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  Shrike  |  50

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  kyleekay  |  50

Normally revealing clothing = YDI. However this guy was lecturing his employees about sexual harrassment, so I think he should've been able to control himself for a little while.

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12- What's slut-shaming have to do with virginity? I know people who sleep around and still slut-shame. There's no correlation. I'm a virgin, and I respect people's wishes to do as they please sexually. It's none of my damn business, let alone anyone else's. Otherwise, I agree with the rest of your comment.

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  Shrike  |  50

Nothing wrong with being a virgin, I was just pointing out that with her attitude, nobody with any self-respect would touch her. She thinks she's all "moral" spouting her shit, but what moral person makes assumptions like she did, much less says someone deserves that kind of treatment?

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  socoolsophie  |  50

staring at someones chest isnt comparable to rape. wearing revealing clothing is just like shouting at people to check out your goods.. wear more conservative clothing if youre going to complain about people looking.

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  TheDrifter  |  50

Don't wear the uniform if you don't do the job. Wearing sexy outfits and complaining that people look is like wearing a police uniform and getting pissed off that people think you're a cop.

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  mikeofthunder  |  50

Most women's shirts are not designed with a top button; maybe patriarchal society stretches over the fashion industry to ensure women are at least sexually exploited. But this contradicts the facts there are laws on sexual harassment in the first place. Or maybe it's as simple as OP's boss gawking at OP's rack.

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I do realize that OP's boss is a hypocrite. I Only meant that if she was dressed completely inappropriately, she should've expected people to look. But she doesn't deserve the boss being a hypocrite. Sorry if that wasn't clear.

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  Ghostlyness  |  50

Sometimes FMLs need to come with visuals, most of the time I'm glad they don't but on this one it's kind of needed. If OP wears clothes that basically mean her boobs hang out (as some women do in the workplace) then that's inappropriate, and she's getting the attention she asked for. It's just the same as a guy deciding to wear chaps to work and wandering around saying, 'Don't look at my ass!'. On the other hand, if OP is dressed appropriately for her job then she has every right to be offended. I guess we'll never know.

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  Roflsauruz  |  50

As far as "revealing clothing" goes, that may not have been the case - a woman can wear a fitted blouse and, just because it clings to her body and provides a sexy/shapely sillouhette, people WILL stare, even if she's covered from head to toe in clothing. Maybe ONE button on her shirt was undone by accident (frequently shirts with buttons down the center of the breasts will pop open if the shirt does not fit that area properly), and the Boss was looking at her breasts through that (and not because she was wearing "revealing" clothing). Maaaaybe, the boss was just staring around (nervous?) and possibly didn't realize he was staring at your chest? Highly unlikely, but you get my point... ....OR, maybe OP was wearing something unsuitable for the workplace. Who knows. (We cooouuulddd- Only if OP posts a reply, that is...) Just a handful of possibilities here ^ But, GAH!! Sorry for the damn novel! ...

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  zach2173  |  50

People should be able to wear what they want in public, but in the workplace dress code is up to the employer. EX Wearing a bathing suit as a female prison guard, if you were to wear that you should know you would probably get raped.

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  downtime  |  50

Too bad she wasn't breastfeeding, then everyone would be saying FYL... Realistically though, how do you know he was staring and wasn't just looking in that direction because he is uncomfortable presenting to groups or was thinking while talking? He may not have been consciously focusing in the direction his eyes were looking. If he was staring then he's a bit of a tool though, and the irony makes it an amusing situation but you guys might be blowing it a little out of proportion. Seriously, comparing staring at someones chest to rape? What kind of idiotic logic is that...?

By  kyleekay  |  36

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  kyleekay  |  36

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  kyleekay  |  36

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  kyleekay  |  36

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  Gunslinger3974  |  36

First of all, nothing is considered Harassment until the person is informed the conduct is unwanted or unwelcome. Therefore, asking someone on a date can not be considered "Sexual Harassment". If, however, someone continually pursues a date and is told not to ask again, it could qualify as harassment, just not sexual harassment, unless the date was implied as sexual in nature. Further, just looking cannot be considered sexual harassment. If he was leering, yes, but he would have to be warned first. HR Law 101.

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  kyleekay  |  36

44- Fair enough, a warning would first have to be given before anything could be taken to HR as a sexual harassment case. But just to clarify, totally did not write my comment with the intention of starting an HR debate. If I were serious I would not have added the ":)" at the end. Everyone knows the "I literally think you should sue" emoticon is: >:) ;)

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  downtime  |  36

Don't know why your subsequent comments were downvoted, the things you mentioned can be considered sexual harassment. You wouldn't even get a chance to sue because there are procedures to follow in these circumstances, but those things can be cause for a colleague to be reprimanded over sexual harassment. Your first comment was a load of shit though. Even though you claim it was a joke, the humour in which I can't find...

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  kyleekay  |  36

83- At least you realized that my subsequent comments were reasonable. Hindsight is 20/20, looking back my original comment wasn't too great. Check my bio, I admit I'm not always funny. :) You win some, you lose some.

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  failgamer  |  36

86 - I have a feeling that you will be suing the first thing you think sexually harasses you, i.e. someone asking you on a date. People need to calm down with suing now days. (Note* If i was a girl with a nice set i would take it as a complement, but im not a girl, so i dont know what it would be like *Note)

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  TheJester12  |  36

after reading I find it hilarious that 9 became angry over people not seeing the sarcasm in her comment and then later snapped at 30's sarcastic comment that she interpreted as being serious . oh the Internet is a wonderful place .

By  tennisrapper1  |  28

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  Rowdey  |  28

At least he didn't kidnap you and then torture you. Keeping you locked in his mother's basement, raping you all the while, too. Neither of these comments are anywhere near relevant to the FML. There is always an "at least..."

By  flockz  |  35

"so everyone remember that tits, ahem this workplace is no place to act like a boob, sexual harassment won't be tolerated and if you need to get something off your chest, then cum to me so you don't go bonkers."

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