There have been a lot of announcements of resignations or terminations of heads of companies is due to sexual misconduct. I think I hear about one every few days now.
One wonders if these people, formerly highly respected and highly compensated individual’s are necessary evils? I can actually believe that every CEO in America has broken American laws unforgivablely. The stress of work, the excruciating need to think outside of the box and compete and perform, it really puts the brain in a less than cautious state. To lead a company, these leaders thend to have to exceed everyone in exuberance and performance, and that means they are conditioned to break rules and use loopholes and generally do to an extreme what other people avoid–include doing bad things and breaking the law.
Can’t these smartest business people figure out a righteous way to do sex? I thought they were highly respected and highly compensated for their intelligence and adaptibility and ability to think outside the box and take advantage of loopholes?? What else are they doing stupidly that we don’t know about?
I shudder to think of my former peers and leaders who both have kids and practice martial arts when I saw Vungle CEO being tossed in front of a judge for very bad sexual behavior with his son(including accusation of oral acts both person naked in their back yard… Said assertion made by said CEO’s own father). Although the case against him was dismissed on cultural grounds–that his martial arts has a culture of touching sexual organs, the move has a traditional name according to news articles,…(and certainly, Bruce Lee, an icon of a different Martial Arts, grabs crotch many times in his movies, though usually across very thick martial arts pants with hand and not direct is in contact with..I mention this because in the pop fictional literature of Lee’s culture (and also of his film career), the wuxia genre, eye gouging, groin groping and other extremely damaging moves are described with words like dark, shadow, poison, all conoting evilness and taboo, like jackknife and twicing, definitely not used by anybody who have any respectable skills, …, except, real live masters of the art sometimes win with them. But I digress about why you shouldn’t find what I imagine so incredulous in the world where the metal meets the pedal and burnning rubber so to speak in work-place and business competitions, the masters of business grope and gouge, and literally make evil moves at home as well…) …I still cannot shake the image of people in my work place and their private homes… It’s hard to keep imagination at bay when your coworkers are all so perfect and derserving of their leadership accomplishments, considering what exordinarities they have made or practice in their home and family while achieving.
Imagination and cultural and historical deviances aside, I wonder of we should let up on this sexual relations thing. Maybe Americans can be more tollerant of sexual behaviors. Better it be public abberations than private deviances. I have floating in my head these movie clips of French men and women swooning about former lovers, escapades, romps, affairs, flings, encounters, longings, memories, smiles, flowers, tenderness and all of that–with feeling, praising their live experiences even though the relationship may eventually ended in sad separation, infedelity or worse… There are place in the world where people celebrate this aspect of humanity. There are people, there whole People, who speak, think and act of sex not in distain and minimizing. But in America today, all you hear is sex is competition, sex is bad, and bad people have sex.
But it may take a long time to get there here, but the right way forward is more righteous and happy sex. And yes, more democratized sex: less sexual inequality, in the sense of less wealth inequality. (imho)
Sex is a good thing.
Sex is a good thing in America too.
Let us also celebrate sex in America!
America is so much more than the tired, the poor, and the huddled masses yearning to breathe free.
Let’s make America greater again!
But we do not condone breaking the law by harassing or raping another person sexually. Those who break the law should be caught and punished by law and corporate governance.