Jordan Peterson asking what are the rules that govern sexual interaction in the workplace?

The interviewer is so out of his depth. Peterson is trying to talk some sense into someone who cannot think outside of modern presupposition. “What are the rules of that govern sexual interaction between men and women in the workplace?” From Instapundit.


It’s fascinating watching his interviewer interrogator, Jay Caspian Kang, alternate between full-on Cathy Newmanisms (to the point where near the interview, Kang utters something like “I’ve really tried not to be like Cathy Newman here”) and acting incredibly naïve regarding Hollywood, despite writing for a Website named, err, Vice.

Since much of the segment is devoted to topic of workplace relations, here’s a flashback to a December New York Timesarticle headlined, “At Vice, Cutting-Edge Media and Allegations of Old-School Sexual Harassment: A media company built on subversion and outlandishness was unable to create ‘a safe and inclusive workplace’ for women, two of its founders acknowledge:

People worked long hours and partied together afterward. And that’s where the lines often blurred. Multiple women said that after a night of drinking, they wound up fending off touching, kissing and other advances from their superiors.

The name of the Website they decided to work for might have been their first clue.

Peterson is just playing with him. The interviewer cannot even understand the point, never mind being able to reply.

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