Posts Tagged: harassment

What about me?

Any man who is worthy of the title should be asking himself the same question these days: What about me? Harassment in general and sexual harassment in particular are difficult subjects to self-judge. There’s the overt and obvious, of course, such as sticking a tongue down someone’s throat or asking them to “twirl” for you…. Read more »

Stubborn or principled?

It’s a fine line, right?  Are you holding to higher standards and beliefs or are you just childishly unwilling to budge? In some ways, the question is as confusing as the motivations that go into the behavior.  Stubbornness usually connotes a negative quality, though terms like “stubbornly refuse defeat” and “stubbornly cling to hope” often… Read more »