having earphones in is generally perceived as a “do not disturb” signal

Having earphones in is generally perceived as a “do not disturb” signal, and some AirPod users use this fact to strategically avoid awkward small talk. But in the collaborative workplace, constant use of AirPods has sometimes been interpreted as a sign of disrespect to fellow co-workers, causing conflict in the office. A college professor has… Continue reading having earphones in is generally perceived as a “do not disturb” signal

what is “hookup culture”?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hookup_culture … instant physical gratification … … as moral panic … “hooking up is nothing more than settling; it is the microwaveable burrito of sex.”

Laura Kipnis and her writings about sexual harassment policies

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laura_Kipnis#Writings_about_sexual_harassment_policies https://www.adultsforadults.org/topics – that page (resp. Robert Pfaller) brought me to the article on Laura Kipnis https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unwanted_Advances:_Sexual_Paranoia_Comes_to_Campus – Kipnis’s 2017 book

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