Everyone should stand against oppression and sexual harassment. Please if this ever happened to you, speak out and be the voice of the oppressed.
This is the caption of Facebook user Ahne Fabie to describe her post about a recent encounter with a sexual pervert who happened to be her boss.
According to the first screenshot posted by the victim, the sexual advances happened inside the car on the way home after attending an event as a photographer’s assistant; the perpetrator tried to put his hands on Ahne’s thigh. She simply moved away from her harasser to put distance between the. Please refer to the image below for your reference.
If you think Ahne’s boss got the message when she moved aside, you’re wrong. Ahne’s boss made another move by forcing his way into Ahne’s romper using his finger to open up the slit and see her private parts. To Ahne’s surprise, her boss exclaimed, “Oy ohh b00bs!” Fearing for his Boss, Ahne’s could only told his boss, “Charles, ano ba?” and cover herself up with her jacket and bag thinking it was enough to stop the harassment. Did he stop? No, her boss was even getting bolder by trying to grope her b00bs.
When they arrived at her house, she bid her goodbye and made “beso-beso” with him. To Ahne’s surprised, he made his way to her neck and bit her.
Ahne told his boss, Charles she is quitting her job because she could no longer tolerate his flirtations which has gotten worse as time passed by.
When Ahne told Charlie she is taking legal action, he tried using the “conscience” card.
Ahne’s boss asked for apology saying he was simply fooling around.
From here, Ahne vent out to release the pent up emotions.
Ahne Fabie reiterated her call to women to speak up when their bosses harass them.
Ahne left a clue in one of the screenshots. But let us wait until the accused responds to Ahne’s accusation to know with certainty his identity.
Ahne Fabie is a graduate of Bachelor of Arts Major in Media at De La Salle University.
According to a 2016 study conducted by the Social Weather Stations, women are most vulnerable to sexual harassment.
Rappler reports that in the Philippines, 58% of incidents of sexual harassment happen on the streets, major roads, and eskinitas (alleys). Physical forms of sexual harassment occur mostly in public transport.
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Source: Ahne Fabie