So it works like this: You are employed by a U.S. senator, and unwanted sexual advances and remarks are directed at you. Wishing to keep your job, you remain quiet. However, if you blow the whistle on the person, you have to undergo counseling.
Something is wrong with this.
These senators need only follow this advice from a country song: “Don’t tell me no lies, and keep your hands to yourself.”
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