So the Trump boys thinks that if a woman is sexually harassed in the workplace, she should quit.
And do what? Create a job opening for another potential sexual harassment victim? Live on no income while she looks for another job?
The harasser is in violation of Equal Employment Opportunity Commission law. The EEOC website says:
If you believe that you have been discriminated against at work because of your race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity, and sexual orientation), national origin, age (40 or older), disability or genetic information, you can file a Charge of Discrimination.
That’s an actual copy/paste from their website. And it’s a clickable link.
So this guy thinks it’s acceptable to break the law. The victim, though, pays twice: first when she is forced to perform some sex act so she can earn a living and again by losing her job if she complains. The victim is now forced into a lower financial situation where she is less able to defend her rights in court.
This is his view of America, where women are devalued, debased and tossed aside. And he wants to be president.
What do we tell our daughters?
2 thoughts on “Women in the Workplace: This Week’s Edition”
We make sure he doesn’t get elected, and then tell our daughters how important it is to vote. Thanks for the quote.
Great idea, thanks!
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