do you expect women to stay covered in a locker room to suit your level of comfort?
I saw a advice column letter where a woman wanted to know what she could do to keep from having to see so much nudity in a locker room-
I assume she was looking for advice on how to tell these women to cover up.
it's a locker room- it's considered private.
I once was at a Y that had built a locker room with private dressing rooms- fine. I had a woman come up to me and told me that I couldn't dress by the lockers, that I had to use the private rooms- (she didn't work there) claiming that since there were young girls in there and people didn't want them to see that.
I pointed out that she was in fact sexually harassing ME!
Am I the only one who thinks such expectations are ridiculous?
Asked by Anonymous at 5:31 PM on Mar. 8, 2010 in Just for Fun
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