Originally Posted by Glock20 10mm
Excellent! I didn't even think of that. But I suppose that's because I don't go running to "mommy" every time I think someone is doing me "wrong". I'll take you suggestion and run with it.
Be sure to ask your HR representative how many female employees have been required to take masculinity classes in the past because they were acting "too feminine"? Frame your current assigned classes up in that light and let them know that you feel it is sexual harassment in-and-of-itself to treat traditional male characteristics and behaviors as inherently bad while treating traditional female characteristics and behaviors as the acceptable norm.