WARNING: Topic is for adults.
A septuagenarian boss showed me today a cut portion of a magazine with this question. In it were four individuals who gave their candid answers. I find one of the answers as very funny.
“Yes, if both people are consenting adults. If Monica can do it with the President, why can’t the rest of the American public?”
My answer is yes, and no, depending on the situation. I am not playing safe here. It really depends. Like if your boss was your lover, or boyfriend, or husband, before you joined his company, then yes, you can have it with him. Or if the company does not give a sanction to an employee who gets involved with another employee, then yes, you can have it with any of your co-employee.
No, if one individual’s moral, religious, or spiritual, and even cultural (is there such a thing as cultural conviction?) conviction prevents him/her from doing it. Or if your company does not allow lovers in the office, then you have to think first before plunging into the bed with your officemate (unless you keep it a secret maybe).
But honestly, I don’t know of any enforceable rule that has to be observed in relation to this. Can somebody save me from disgrace?
I am just wondering what on earth does the septuagenarian thinks while he was showing that (the survey) to me, and while I was keeping my breath, and preventing myself from inhaling, lest I would faint because of halitosis.
Oh, and a male friend answered, “Yes, if she is a woman.” Trying to be funny, heh-heh.