A blunt look at ogling in the office - Los Angeles Times
To write about so much bottom-pinching, ogling and scandal without a single double entendre or levity of any sort must have taken considerable restraint. Instead, the history professor at the University of the South in Sewannee, Tenn. However, for those who manage it, a substantial reward awaits: a realization that both everything and nothing has changed in the bottom-pinching department. When women first started working in offices after the Civil War, the main worry was that the experience would weaken their morals.