If Alex De La Garza wants to defend Mike Zinkin, that’s his business, but don’t do it on the basis of trivializing sexual harassment, which is certainly not “complimenting ladies on their dress, looks or fragrance” as Garza somehow seems to believe.

Sexual harassment is making unwanted and offensive advances, especially by someone in a supervisory position to a subordinate.

Remember Clarence Thomas’ remarks to Anita Hill about breast and penis size, and pubic hair?

That’s not my idea of “good manners”.

David Steinberg, Tucson

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