xBFG wrote:Sorry but just cannot wait for KKK to come back
The problem is they think because of changing times they can do whatever they want without any consequences because they are black
xBFG wrote: she didn't know me ..so she didn't know I am a gay ...
Ummmm, you realise the KKK don't like gay people as well, right?
xBFG wrote: Hugo wrote:
xBFG wrote:I had similar situation at work few years back. I said to girl who had her boobs almost out to have only open one button because that the company policy...etc. Next day I start my shift manager came to me and said I been accused for ...sexual harassment... and because I was only for few days there and she didn't know me ..so she didn't know I am a gay ... and she was black... she didn't apologize or anything . Next day she brought her notice.
So you see she was trying to show me that she is from this store and she can do whatever she wants...only because she is black and woman ... and I was investigated anyway
That's unfortunate, but that wasn't because she was a woman and black, that's because she was unaware of the company policies and/or oversensitive and if you felt mistreated and uncomfortable by her clothing you should've issued a formal complaint as well as is your right.
She was aware because she had more experience than. R the only difference between us was Age me 33 she was 20-21 so young ignorant.
I do understand frustration and fact that the police in The US use guns far too often but still fault is always on both sides
People are scared
The way someone else is dressed shouldn't really impact your work if you're minding your own business.
Commenting on the way a coworker looks or is dressed is inappropriate. If you had a problem, you report it to the manager and let them resolve the issue. She had nothing to apologise to you for, she was doing her job, you were the one making remarks about what she was wearing.
Her skin colour has nothing to do with this situation at all? You just said she was young and ignorant of the policies.... you know that all people can be young and ignorant, right? Like, what?
What are you scared of? I keep seeing this expression but what is it you're all scared of? Minorities having equal rights?