Just looking at a woman wrong is now considered sexual assault to some people
Back in the 80s, Ruth Bader Ginsburg put together a list of ways men were not allowed to look at women, at the risk of legal proceedings. Things like "looking a woman up and down;" "leering;" "staring at body parts;" all totally subjective things – the law had entered the realm of mind reading. It was considered quite a victory for women (or at least the women who already didn't like men). But it was silliness, concocted by a silly woman for silly women. And here we are today, with women having the legal atom bomb and men having no legal weapons – plus their hands tied behind their backs. It's almost to the point where men would be wise to have no dealings with women. It wouldn't be easy, but we could do it.
Isn't this kinda madness?