"Alan Alda became the poster boy for "sensitive men" and some women decided that's what they wanted in a guy." Ironically, the stunts Hawkeye pulled on Hot Lips and the other females would make Tailhook look like a church picnic today. I found it interesting that Linda Bloodworth, a big Clinton supporter, was a writer for M*A*S*H. During the M*A*S*H days, such stunts were considered funny, not sexual harassment. But when it was convenient to bash Clarence Thomas, sexual harassment became Bloodworth's battle cry in her show, "Designing Women."
Now, now...you know "the rule"...it's only "unacceptable" if a conservative does it.
Otherwise, it's a "personal life" issue...;)
Sometime after mid 1989 I returned to Texas after living in South Africa. I have always followed politics and one night sometime after my return I walked through the room and Dixie Carter was talking about the "education Governor of Arkansas." My thought was hell they must be in the bottom five of state concerning education. I went to my almanac and for the first time saw the name Wm Clinton.