I work in a male-dominated world where most of the guys were social pariahs throughout their entire young lives. Amazingly, most of us have moved beyond that and can have normal, professional relationships with women in the workplace. However, 20 or 30 years ago, it was apparently Mad Men to the extreme - there was a secretarial pool made up of all women, and they went through a rigorous corporate training course on how to be good secretaries, which apparently was as much charm school as anything else. That kind of thing. There are always a few guys who are still holding on to that era (even if they were too young and missed it), and it's funny to run into them and see how out of place they are. What amazes me is that apparently the people in my business are nothing compared to the average sales and marketing department at any other company. My brother the sales manager regales me with tales about company-sponsored boondoggle meetings where the wedding rings come off as soon as the plane lands and shit like that. I've met some of these sales guys. They think they're Don Draper, but in reality they're all in their 50s, fat, bald, and with one or two alimony checks to pay every month. I guess they do OK, though. FOCUS: Experiences with sexual harassment in the workplace? Is it really sexual harassment if the guy is super good-looking? Do you have That Guy at work who always starts every private conversation with "did you see the tits on that one?" Do you have That Gal, who dresses up a little too much every day?