Lately there have been a flood of men who got more than a little touchy in the distant past, and have lost their jobs as a result. At the same time in California many employers can't even legally ask potential employees if they have criminal records on the pre-employment application, because "convicted criminals including felons, have rights" and "deserve the right to be equally considered for jobs they qualify for".
I find it quite disconcerting that real criminals are getting a pass at the same time as scummy men are loosing their jobs. Someone can murder someone they don't like and are entitled to a job, but loose it because women say they were grabby 20 years ago.
I thought punishments were supposed to be proportional to the crime.