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I started working a new job at a nursing home about a month ago. I… 
4th-Nov-2009 04:56 pm
why dont you feel the beat?, parappa
I started working a new job at a nursing home about a month ago. I absolutely love it so far, and a lot of my friends from high school are there too. The hours are great, there's good overtime, and my pay is pretty decent.

Today I was on my ward, filing some charts. The floor's social worker, who I speak cordially to on a daily basis, comes up to the station.

He's an African guy and has a really thick ass accent, and I can never understand shit he says. He's rubbed my shoulders and stuff before without asking, but I never thought much of it.

I ask if he wants to sit, he points at my breasts and says "I want to sit THERE, on your chest." I say "No, absolutely not." He keeps insisting "Yes? Are you sure? Absolutely yes?"

So I just leave the floor.

I don't fucking get why some dudes think just because I have breasts, I'm to be harassed. It sickens me.

I don't really know what to do. If he says something out of line again, I'm probably going to report him. The reason I didn't today is because I've already started shit with another coworker due to them not doing their job, and I'm still new. I don't want to seem like I'm just walking in, trying to get everyone fired.

I hate my body, I really do.
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5th-Nov-2009 12:09 am (UTC)
Don't hate your body. It's not your fault you're gorgeous, right? Genes are inevitable and it is what it is. Men should know boundaries, I'm not saying to hate them but obviously something isn't always quite right. My suggestion is to have talk with him, hopefully with a superior to clear up the situation. If not a superior a coworker you trust.

Hope all turns out well.
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