Yeah, well, the rest of us shouldn't have to deal with his crap just because he can't adjust.
Times change, so should he.
You're right, I'm not reversing my Warrior position, but the more we move forward, the further "they" get left behind.
My hope is that some day they will be left so far behind any young lady will not hesitate to tell any man to stop his behavior.
You know Drew, sometimes I get so....I don't know, not mad, not frustrated some weird combination, with a little sad mixed in.
I don't know if young women, meaning teens, ever discuss this with men, but they do bring it up with other women.
There have been so many times I've been talking with a 17 to 19 year old female, who is somehow being harrassed. They will be really upset, sometimes to tears at how some man (sorry, don't mean to be male bashing, but that's how it is) keep behaving in such a way that makes them not only uncomfortable in a situation, but also makes them doubt their worth beyond being a silly plaything. Now mind you, some of these "girls" may not be the sharpest knife in the drawer, but that's no reason to objectify them.
However, when someone older, or more sure of themselves tells them they have the perfect right to stop this...they just don't.
In so many words they will say that they can't do that because then the man wouldn't think they were "nice". So, instead they put up with this ****.
Maybe decent men, when they see this happening, should #1 stand up for these young ladies and let the other guy know this isn't acceptable, or even more important, find an opportunity to have a conversation with the women.
Part of it that another woman saying it won't have the weight of a man saying it. I mean, they already think they have to accept stuff because "they're men"...if another man gave them the message that those others are losers and not real men, they might listen more.