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Reddit: r/AskMen asks Males that work in female dominant environments (funny questions)

Reddit user u/redwolve378 on r/AskMen asks the question: Males that work in female dominant environments; what are some of the things that have happened where if the roles get reversed there would be uproar.

Here are some of the responses that were generated from the question:

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WhirlyTwirlyMustache

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I got slapped on the ass a lot when I was a waiter. The only other male waiter was a really old dude who didn’t play like that

wookiebish

Had something similar happen to me. Worked at a retail store with a bunch of women.

One lunch break they were asking me very personal sexual questions, which I didn’t have a problem answering. Later I told one of those same girls to “move your butt out of the way” in a joking way while I was pushing a cart. I got written up for sexual harassment for that comment

u/Gamer_ely

I had a manager on the same management tier as me proposition to give me a blowjob. I turned her down and just forgot about it.

A little while later, I tapped her on the shoulder to get her attention since she was listening to music and she reported me to HR and I got a write up for inappropriateness

u/Diablo165

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I, another guy, and a lady were on a committee.

 

When she’d write emails to us, she’d address them, “Men,”.

 

“Men,

 

Today’s meeting agenda is as follows:”

 

I found it weird, and I can’t imagine that if I sent an email to a mostly or all women group that started with, “Women,” it’d be a nonissue.

Whiteice76

I was sexually harassed by a coworker for almost 2 years.

When I finally got the strength to bring it to my bosses and HR attention, all they did was give her a slap on the wrist and forced me to continue working alone with her.

All this with her even admitting to it.

WaluigiIsTheRealHero

One of my first jobs was as a 16-year-old admin assistant at an alumni academic program.

I was the only male in an office of predominantly 40+ women. A few of the women would routinely stand behind my chair and rub caress my head/shoulders while we were working on something.

I was too young and inexperienced to know that this level of physical contact really wasn’t ok. On the other foot, multiple 40+ year-old men doing it to a 16-year-old girl would’ve absolutely been a scandal.

 

EDIT: Changed “rub” to “caress” to emphasize the inappropriateness of the touching. It was definitely sexual in nature

petitos18

Happened to me a lot in highschool, this girl would slap my butt in front of teachers and no one said anything. As an introvert I said nothing as well

 

u/beatrga

This happened a lot to me during high school as well. In class some of my girl friends would randomly slap me (or other guys) in the butt.

Also, during the last years I started going to the gym so I got a bit bigger and these same girls would sometimes grab my arms and touch them, I always felt really bad.

u/RandomLoLs

I work in a hospital where its 95% women. I workout and I am not even that well built.

 

Women constantly take the liberty to squeeze my biceps… grabs my hands when its cold out and say ” wow you re so warm” …

had my butt slapped atleast on 4 seperate occasions( i dont even have a good butt btw) … 1 woman was brazen enough to grab my chest and say “wow you been working out?”….

 

Dont get me wrong, i actually like the attention (sometimes)but if i did any of these to a woman, I would be fired and escorted out by security within the hour.

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ALSO every physical or disgusting job around the office, they come to you. Why is it my job to handle deliveries and heavy stuff just because I am a man?

Would be okay for me to ask women to plan parties or cook for potlucks because they are women ?

u/EZMulahSniper

They slap me on my butt. Its a joke and I dont mind but its still sexual harassment if the shoe were on the other foot

U/TheLuckyDay

When I worked in a restaurant there was one girl there who was very aggressive in her advances, she would slap my ass, make inappropriate comments, put her hand on my crotch, and one time she even pantsed me.

The manager there didn’t do anything about it after I brought it up so I found another job. I liked the job alright, so I wish the manager could have done the right thing and fired her but I found a better job where my coworkers don’t sexually harass me and I get paid more so that’s nice

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U/Berkut22

I used to work with a bunch of older ladies, but there was one in particular who was also VERY touchy with the younger guys.

 

I’m the same as you, I generally don’t like being touched except by a very short list of trusted people who I’ve known for decades.

 

I was standing in the breakroom at shift change, so it’s packed with people, and she came up behind me and hugged me and then ran her hands over my chest. I felt so fucking gross.

 

She commented how stiff I was and when I told her I wasn’t a ‘touchy’ person, she made an offhand remark about how she felt bad for my future wife/girlfriend.

 

Fuck you, you cow. You’re neither of those things, so keep your hands off me.

 

I did not say that to her, but I wish I had.

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