We’ll let you cherish the layers upon layers of irony here, because we sure are doing the same.
That out of the way, there being a picture attached of the harasser in question shoving a female coworker’s face into her ta-tas, we have to be perfectly honest here because, well, we don’t like dishonesty and we particularly loathe the Internet habits of mom’s-basement-dwelling unlovable trolls declaring that “they’d never touch that” when, in reality, they’d be positively ecstatic with joy if they could, just once, look for more than three seconds at an actual woman without ending up with a restraining order on their arses.
Here’s a picture of one of them, if you don’t know of one already:
What we’re trying to say is that, had we not already been happily hitched, had we still been back in our roaming days, we wouldn’t have minded terribly much having our face shoved into that particular bosom. Of course, back then we weren’t exactly known for being overly critical but, still, it’s not like the lady in question is in any way fugly and… Ta-tas!
But back to the main issue here, which is the usual double standards so emblematic to liberal arsetardiness. If standards are good, surely double standards are twice as good!
And yes, we coined that phrase. We know this because it didn’t exist over here until we translated it from the original Danish, so don’t give us any shit and remember: Must Credit Emperor Misha I if you use it, which you’re more than welcome to do. Actually you don’t have to. You can’t get much more famous (or infamous) than being the Emperor of All of the Universe after all, just don’t credit it to anybody else if you choose to credit at all.