When I first started reading this, I thought, “It’s no big deal, he’s just being a little too friendly. I’ve had weird discussions with people before where they go a little too far and then realize it and stop.”
But then it just kept going, and going, and going, until he was calling her up to aid in his masturbation. I don’t know why she didn’t just hang up on him. I guess she was scared of what he might do to her and her career. But I’m sure it was humiliating to be granted all these perks and raises by a man who thought of her as a masturbation aid.
I mean, this might all be a lie. Andrea Mackris might have sat at home and scoured the web for badly-written sex stories, then compiled them all into her testimony.
But it also might be true.
And that really bothers me. Do men not understand that women feel violated by this? Does this sort of thing happen a lot?
I’m into sex, and sex stories, and fantasies, and things of that nature…but if someone’s uncomfortable with it, I’m not going to keep banging away at them for my own pleasure. Especially not if I’m in a position of power over them.
I can see how that position of power would make sexual domination very appealing, though.
Pretty disturbing :/