that she is just hoping to get some professional coaching/possible job suggestion from him, that’s why she gets offended when it turns out to be a sexual drive that made him talk to her?
Like if a CEO/CTO/ or even any high managers of any company wants an appointment wit me i’d initially assume that he saw some talents in me and wants to possibly give me maybe a unique job proposition.
If it turns out to be sexual i get very offended especial if i met him at a professional setting, such as a conference, business event, and so on.
That’s like saying
"hey, you sure SUK, as a professional/ potential employee/partner, but still good for ONE thing".
Which is like a spit in her face!!! especially if she is relatively new to this career path and hasn’t had the taste of success yet.
Why do some men still think women enjoy this kind of treatment??
Anybody can explain?
all normal women also want sex, but i don’t go to professional meetings looking for sex
no i don’t expect he fulfill anything i’m hoping for, but i AT LEAST expect he fulfill being respectful,
especially to respect the fact that my career is not at success yet and that i am trying to work on it by attending these boring meetings and by networking professionally, instead i’m being treated like a prostitute
right maybe it’s not purely a gender issue, it became a gender issue because men more often success at career at this level,
maybe women would do the same, if gender roles were reversed…
As of now, it’s mostly men who do this.
"Why do some men still think women enjoy this kind of treatment??" is not the real question.
The real problem is : "Why do people in positions of privilege and power (of either gender) feel it acceptable to behave reprehensibly towards others?"
Perhaps the answer lies not in their gender but in their own moral code that enabled them to attain their position.
Were women as equally numerically represented in such positions then reportage of similar behaviour may not be as unheard of.