December 5, 2018
The fact of reality is that all men, everywhere, know that these sexual assault claims of metoo are a hoax. Even the fattest, greasiest Jew fuck Harvey Weinstein didn’t actually do anything wrong, unless you believe prostitution is wrong – all he did was pay women for sex. That isn’t rape and it probably isn’t even illegal in the context of payment in the form of professional favors (roles in movies).
Many of the other men were accused of “sexual harassment” and fired for something that everyone knows is normal flirting behavior. That bitch that accused that sickening Paki Aziz Ansari literally went to his house and had sex with him then said it was a “bad experience.”
And of course, many of the men were just lied about, outright.
So the logical response to this is to simply avoid women entirely in all public places. Especially when you’re working on Wall Street and can afford $600/hr hookers.
No more dinners with female colleagues. Don’t sit next to them on flights. Book hotel rooms on different floors. Avoid one-on-one meetings.
In fact, as a wealth adviser put it, just hiring a woman these days is “an unknown risk.” What if she took something he said the wrong way?
Across Wall Street, men are adopting controversial strategies for the #MeToo era and, in the process, making life even harder for women.
Call it the Pence Effect, after U.S. Vice President Mike Pence, who has said he avoids dining alone with any woman other than his wife. In finance, the overarching impact can be, in essence, gender segregation.
Interviews with more than 30 senior executives suggest many are spooked by #MeToo and struggling to cope. “It’s creating a sense of walking on eggshells,” said David Bahnsen, a former managing director at Morgan Stanley who’s now an independent adviser overseeing more than $1.5 billion.
Now, more than a year into the #MeToo movement — with its devastating revelations of harassment and abuse in Hollywood, Silicon Valley and beyond — Wall Street risks becoming more of a boy’s club, rather than less of one.
“Women are grasping for ideas on how to deal with it, because it is affecting our careers,” said Karen Elinski, president of the Financial Women’s Association and a senior vice president at Wells Fargo & Co. “It’s a real loss.”
There’s a danger, too, for companies that fail to squash the isolating backlash and don’t take steps to have top managers be open about the issue and make it safe for everyone to discuss it, said Stephen Zweig, an employment attorney with FordHarrison.
“If men avoid working or traveling with women alone, or stop mentoring women for fear of being accused of sexual harassment,” he said, “those men are going to back out of a sexual harassment complaint and right into a sex discrimination complaint.”
Wow, it’s almost like a problem with no solution has emerged.
Funny how that works, huh.
Although, this particular Jew is exaggerating. It is really hard to get hit with a sex discrimination complaint for simply refusing to be alone with a woman. If a woman made that complaint legally, then you would have “metoophobia” in court, and I think a judge would probably rule in favor of the accused. Certainly, the public would.
While the new personal codes for dealing with #MeToo have only just begun to ripple, the shift is already palpable, according to the people interviewed, who declined to be named. They work for hedge funds, law firms, banks, private equity firms and investment-management firms.
For obvious reasons, few will talk openly about the issue. Privately, though, many of the men interviewed acknowledged they’re channeling Pence, saying how uneasy they are about being alone with female colleagues, particularly youthful or attractive ones, fearful of the rumor mill or of, as one put it, the potential liability.
A manager in infrastructure investing said he won’t meet with female employees in rooms without windows anymore; he also keeps his distance in elevators. A late-40-something in private equity said he has a new rule, established on the advice of his wife, an attorney: no business dinner with a woman 35 or younger.
The changes can be subtle but insidious, with a woman, say, excluded from casual after-work drinks, leaving male colleagues to bond, or having what should be a private meeting with a boss with the door left wide open.
Yeah, no one is going to get charged with sexual discrimination for that, and yeah, it clearly disturbs a woman’s ability to increase her status in the workplace.
Although she will still get the promotions, simply for being a woman, as she already was.
On Wall Street as elsewhere, reactions to #MeToo can smack of paranoia, particularly given the industry’s history of protecting its biggest revenue generators.
“Some men have voiced concerns to me that a false accusation is what they fear,” said Zweig, the lawyer. “These men fear what they cannot control.”
There are as many or more men who are responding in quite different ways. One, an investment adviser who manages about 100 employees, said he briefly reconsidered having one-on-one meetings with junior women. He thought about leaving his office door open, or inviting a third person into the room.
Finally, he landed on the solution: “Just try not to be an asshole.”
That’s pretty much the bottom line, said Ron Biscardi, chief executive officer of Context Capital Partners. “It’s really not that hard.”
Well, there is zero to gain by engaging women in the workplace. Again, as long as you don’t refuse them access completely, you aren’t going to get charged with discrimination.
The only reason you would engage women is if you had some personal reason to try to promote women’s equality. And frankly, if you have that desire, you’re among those most in danger of being falsely accused. There weren’t any attractive alpha males being accused in metoo, other than Ben Affleck (who didn’t have his life destroyed because it was just one bitch saying he grabbed her ass 20 years ago). It is all Jews and dweebs.
So I would advise all men to go Full-Pence and simply avoid any and all interactions with women, beyond the requisite, in which cases you should use as few words as possible and avoid eye-contact. And try to be in a group. Don’t ever let a bitch get you in a room alone.
Furthermore, I advise any of you engaging in sexual encounters to get video of consent beforehand.
But it is just basic common sense.
That bitch will accuse you of rape if she gets a mind to, no matter how into you she appears to be at the time.
Plus you can play it off like a BOSS – she’ll just giggle and do it.
No bitch is going to accuse you of rape when she knows you have that video. And if she does, you can post it online and show it to the judge.
It’s a mess out there, lads.
But if you’re sharp enough to know what’s going on, you’re sharp enough to avoid getting caught in one of these situations.
Other than the longer term situations of having your life wrecked by a wife. You can’t avoid that.