More people jumping on the sexual misconduct bandwagon.
What exactly does that term mean nowadays anyway? I'm beginning to think that practically any advance towards a woman now can be (mis) construed as being inappropriate.
Let's say Matt Lauer went up to a woman and said "hey, I think you are hot, and I'd like to fuck you", is that sexual misconduct? If it is, then i suggest all men should start chopping their testicles off. It seems that's all it takes these days for someone to slap that label on it.
If Matt Lauer really did something along the lines of touching someone inappropriately, or harassing someone after being shot down, or tried to coerce someone into sex, well then very well.
But it seems these days "unwanted sexual advances", are prohibited. Meanwhile unwanted sexual advances is exactly what men do when they are trying to get laid. Sometimes it's wanted, and sometimes it's unwanted.