According to Smiley, we're starting to 'criminalize' consensual relationships.#Tucker Talk show host Tavis Smiley told Fox News on Monday he’s not sure why PBS suspended him and that the network has refused to reveal the specific allegations of sexual misconduct that have been levied against him.He said he applauds the women coming forward to share their sexual assault and harassment experiences "to lead us in a conversation about how to create healthy workspaces." However, Smiley said it's important to not lose a sense of "proportionality" in the conversation, "because if we do, people end up being guilty simply by accusation." PBS responded in a matter of hours, saying Smiley's acknowledgment of multiple relationships contradicted his previous statements."Tavis Smiley needs to get his story straight," it said in a statement, adding: "Additional allegations are continuing to come to light since last week's announcement." PBS also fired back at Smiley's claim that he applauds women who have come forward, pointing out that Smiley's company hinders such actions by requiring former and current employees to sign non-disclosure agreements.On the opposite end of the digital spectrum, the absence of a daily text or a change in routine can send many in new relationships and the lovelorn into an unnecessary panic attack. Women often tend to over-analyze the word count and sentence structure of every text they receive from men.What's intended to just make sure you have a connection and to keep the momentum going often ends up with a bad reaction of sending a text you wish you hadn't pushed the send button on, or not sending any reply at all.
Keep those smiley face emoticons in your text replies when you're happy to hear from him.
All these persons they have talked to are former employees...