Woman Shares A Pic Of Her Dermatologist Without Him Knowing, Gets Accused Of Sexual Harassment

Just recently we had a post about the Man Who Has It All, a parody account that looks at sexism and bias by cleverly flipping gender roles in everyday situations. Well, now we have a similar situation that occurred in real life.

After Twitter user purple goddess shared a pic of her male dermatologist, who she described as “fine as sh*t,” plenty of other female admirers were quick to agree. The pic, taken without the knowledge of the doctor, quickly went viral as people demanded to know where they could find the hunky skin specialist.

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However, some people began to question if the whole thing wasn’t just a little bit creepy. What if a guy had taken a sneak pic of an attractive woman at work, just doing her job? One comment, in particular, flipped things around by taking on the kind of accusatory tone more commonly found among feminists pointing out examples of sexism.

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Purple Goddess wasn’t finished yet though. Determined to see her dermatologist go viral, she continued to share information about him, even going as far as sharing his location. Who knows, perhaps the doctor was quite happy with the situation, seeing it as a nice compliment and good for business. For many people, however, encouraging ‘stalking’ and telling people where to find him was unacceptable behavior, and a step too far.

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Of course, men and women can have vastly different standards when it comes to this kind of thing. Men, in general, suffer less from everyday fears of being approached, followed, and stalked by sexually aggressive women. Most guys I know would have taken the whole thing as a massive compliment, and carried on with their lives. However, the incident did raise an interesting discussion about privacy, rights about having your image taken and shared, and being objectified while at work.

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