Because apparently an apology makes sexual harassment ok. 
Every single woman has played nice with a perve, just so he won’t get angry and hurt her. Republished from Whimn.com.au.
It’s time to change the discussion when it comes to women and sex.
Everyone has different feelings about personal space, and they’re usually unexpressed. This makes navigating physical contact at work a minefield. 
SHESAID’s own editor, Nadia Bokody, reveals the unsolicited explicit messages she receives as a result of being in the public eye.
Don’t tell me my dress looks good on me between the hours of nine to five.
It hardly bothers me anymore. And that’s what bothers me.
To the casual observer, I was taking his ‘jokes’ with a grain of salt. Inwardly, I was panicking.
“Would I have done it if she said, ‘Would you kiss me?’ No. I would have said no,”
It’s the other side of #metoo: why’d they do it?
Before long, I knew of no higher compliment than, “You’re not like those other girls.”
Giving an award to a guy accused of sexual harassment might not have been the best idea.
“They wouldn’t feel comfortable giving him anything other than a warning.”