Feminist CEO Accused of Sexual Harassment – Crickets from the Misandrist Media
While the misandrist mainstream media have been foaming at the mouth as they conduct one sexual misconduct witch trial after another from behind their benches in plexiglass studios, they’ve remained oddly mute about a feminist CEO doing some very un-feminist things at her company. One has to do some sleuthing to even find this article on CNBC:
Miki Agrawal, the founder, former CEO and now “SHE-eo” of THINX who aimed to take on the feminine hygiene industry, finds herself awash in allegations that she touched employees inappropriately and created a hostile work environment.
Oh, but her crimes are well beyond inappropriate touching. The listing of the feminist CEO’s transgressions is quite extensive. Imagine the screaming, flopping on the floor, and foaming at the mouth talking heads would descend into if a man did these things.
- Inappropriate touching – fondling breasts of female employees
- Workplace nudity – employees would be treated to views of Agrawal in the buff at her office, or she would “pee” while conducting video teleconferences
- Raises were rare and reserved for men – the only two staffers who got raises were male (well, we do earn raises rather than considering ourselves entitled to them)
- Agrawal expressed sexual interest in employees – at one point telling a lesbian how “hot” she found her
- The company used “culture queens” rather than human resources
Of course, according to the way the geniuses in the media treat men, we have to believe all these allegations without questioning the motives of the chicks making them, because why would a woman lie?
What does this luminary in the fashion industry manufacture?
THINX makes “period underwear” and is known for its cheeky New York City subway advertising campaigns.
How innovative! Finally, women don’t have to wear tampons or maxi pads anymore! Agrawal responded to the allegations with a predictable denial in New York Magazine:
We spoke on the phone about the sexual-harassment allegations, which she called “baseless” and with “absolutely no merit.” Agrawal said her legal team has contacted third-party employment counsel. She noted that she was speaking for herself, not the company, and recorded the call.
It seems the “pussy pass” worked again, as Agrawal was spared the “raked across the hot coals” treatment high-level men in the business and media world have suffered. The allegations were “quietly settled” meaning she bought her way out of the mess.
What are we knuckle-dragging men supposed to think of the whole ordeal? “Andrew” on the Meninist web site offered his shocked commentary on the story:
This has to be a joke! How can a woman be behind sexual misconduct? The media told me that only men are monsters. What’s the deal here?!
Heh. Andrew is a shitlord if there ever was one.
So, we are left with several recurring themes in this story. Feminists think they can pursue sex at work while men cannot. Women think they own sex, and have turned it into a commodity that they offer only to men they think they can exploit for resources or social status. Media misandry is at an all-time high. Puritan sexual mores have morphed into secular feminism. And, there’s hypocrisy all around.
Anglo culture has gone insane.
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