Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by hydethislove, Apr 21, 2016.
Anyways all in all, it's too hard to tell if these girls are lying or not. I am skeptical because I've heard of things like this before and unless they do something about it, these words will continue to pop up. At least SM is trying to do something about the claims by putting a woman out front but I don't know if that will stop the claims but eh. If you want to support the girls 100% from their claims, go for it, but I will remain skeptical until something is done about it.
like i said previously, sexual harassment does not only go for opposite genders (and also, what about male fans if that logic does indeed work).
I know. Thats why I put " I don't know if that will stop the claims but eh."
I think they considered the inspection sexual harassment because it was done by a male employee, she specifically mentioned the male employee asking her this "I am going to touch your boobs" which if it involves the safety measurements for others then it's not considered sexual harassment, however, it is common sense to have a female employee on hand to check for these things, just like in airports they do the same thing they can even escort you to a more private place if you didn't want to be checked in front of other strangers.
They can do like in airports where they have a female employee on hand to check them privately for these things, that's honestly not an excuse for not hiring female security to check their female fans
well not everyone is bright enough to figure those things out
I think the issue here is that were the girls searched in manner that is not sexual harassment, but they claim is or did the search went too far. Though of course someone can take something as sexual harassment that is not seen as sexual harassment to guard or other people.
And SM should think of some policy for this so searches would always be similar. Should they just search bags or are body searches okay? And what kind of body searches are okay. They should figure that out and make it policy.