No, she’s not one to wear Daisy Dukes and bend over as she’s fixing her radiator.
One thing’s for sure: if you keep trying to make sure she meets your unrealistic standards, you won’t be dating very long.
The educational and working environments of The University of Texas System and all of the institutions shall be free from sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, inappropriate consensual relationships, and other inappropriate sexual conduct. Each institution must review the policy each biennium and submit changes to the Board for approval.
The Board is composed of nine members appointed by the governor with the advice and consent of the senate to six-year overlapping terms.
“The longer the hair, the closer to god.” — or so the saying goes.
True or not, despite the searing summer heat, Texas has an inordinate number of women who prefer their hair past their shoulders.
Each institution's policy must include definitions of prohibited behavior, sanctions for violations, and the protocol for reporting and responding to reports of assault.
System Administration shall adopt policies and procedures prohibiting sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, other inappropriate sexual conduct, and regarding consensual relationships in substantial compliance with the Office of General Counsel model policies and procedures.