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Candidate For Michigan Attorney General Has Controversial Suggestion For Ending Sexual Harassment

By Mark Pygas

In recent months, there has been an avalanche of sexual harassment allegations against actors, politicians, and members of the media. Perhaps the most shocking were allegations against former President George H.W. Bush, candidate for Alabama senate candidate Roy Moore, and Minnesota Senator Al Franken

It also recently emerged that Congress has paid out more than $17 million in taxpayer money to settle workplace claims since 1997. Though the report does not specify how many were sexual harassment claims, it did state that sexual harassment claims cost taxpayers $53,000 per claim on average. 

And now, the Democratic candidate for Michigan's Attorney General, Dana Nessel, is bringing the issue to the forefront of her campaign. How? By promising that she won't show anyone her penis in a professional setting — because she doesn't have one.