Gillibrand wrote in her new book “Off the Sidelines” that one of her colleagues once pinched her waist and told her: “Don’t lose too much weight now, I like my girls chubby.” She said a congressman told her: “You know, Kirsten, you’re even pretty when you’re fat.”
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Is it just me or does this seem extremely trivial? "one of her colleagues once pinched her waist and told her: “Don’t lose too much weight now, I like my girls chubby.”....Not exactly my idea of sexual harassment. Annoying, yes...in bad taste, yes...harassment? I think not. Are women not capable of ignoring bad behavior instead of being victims and making federal cases out of trivial things? I'd like to think I'm above that. Some guy pinches my waist is going to get b!$#*-slapped...problem solved. I'm not a touchy-feely kind of girl. Some guy tells me I'm pretty even when I'm fat? I'm going to tell him thank you and too bad tomorrow he will still wake up ugly...not too many good-looking faces in Congress so I'm presuming here...anyways, you have a right to free speech honey...not a right not to be offended...woman-up and stop acting like a victim all the time...it's getting old