Skip to comments.‘Transactional’ Sex and a Secret Resignation Letter: Takeaways From a Report on Les Moonves
Posted on 12/08/2018 4:22:15 AM PST by Beowulf9
Leslie Moonves, the former chairman and chief executive of CBS, repeatedly lied to investigators about his behavior, according to a draft report by outside lawyers hired by CBSs board to look into sexual misconduct allegations against him.
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What’s the point of reaching the top of a billion dollar media corporation if you can’t have a blowie girl(person?, shim?) on staff? Sheesh.
Perverts in showbiz? Who wouldda thunk it!
Tell ya what.
Let’s go ahead and make sexual activities at work both acknowledged and legitimized.
There will be women/men/neuters/bi’s/trans/cis/unicorn people who are employed to give sex as required by various employees.
They will get all the salary and benefits of regular employees.
That is the logical progression of the combination of "there is no sin" in sex, and the idea of "sex workers" as legitimate.
It is pretty close to what I observed in Panama, where if a government manager ran an office which had female staff, it was assumed most of them were his mistresses.
The problem, of course, is that it sexualizes all relationships. This is what Judaism and Christianity stopped as they took over the Roman empire.
It is a "Brave New World" approach.
I have a strong suspicion it will not end well.
Yabut at least I’d get laid.
(that is the rumor I have read)
And yet, I crave JUST ONE MORE.
In fact, on FaceyBooky I just wrote:
“I hear about intersectionality all of a sudden....
...I don’t want intersectionality, I want intern sexuality.”
Sounds good. Make it part of the standard employment contract that the new employee agrees to give sex to managers on demand, as part of the job description.
All this mess is not going to stop until "sexual harassment" is removed from being a tort people can sue over and get a big payoff over.
“Leslie Moonves, the former chairman and chief executive of CBS, repeatedly lied to investigators about his behavior...”
How can this be. These network honchos have made themselves out to be the sole repository of righteousness, quickly pointing out the mistakes and errors and the unredeemable behavior of all of us, all of us being racist, sexists, homophobics, etc.
I’d be willing to have some employees be non-sexual, and some be sex workers.
For efficiency, only.
But then you would still have the issue of non-sex-worker employees suing for harassment over allegations that they were treated as sex workers. So the only way out is to have all employees be sex workers as an explicit part of their employment contract.
And you would still be the ‘Master of Your Domain’?
If you scrutinize the behind the scenes in the porn industry you will find many are basically abused women (and men) who think they are entering into a world where they are finally able to make it and end up getting under the thumb of some pretty nasty people.
It’s not at all what it looks like.
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