NYC Councilman's Bill Mandates Surveillance Cams In Bars to 'Stop Sexual Harassment,' 'Consent' SignageChris Menahan
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This is not The Onion.
Intent on leaving no space unmoderated by peeping bureaucrats, New York City Councilman Rafael L. Espinal Jr. is advocating for sophisticated surveillance cameras in all nightlife establishments, mandatory sexual-harassment intervention training for their staff, and fines for establishments that don't display signs telling patrons that they're in a "harassment free zone" and "consent is mandatory."Here's a preview for how they'll determine what constitutes "sexual harassment":
This is the poster from the LGBTBLTBBQ+ group he's working with:
Here's a shot of their Instagram:
This is who is setting policy in New York City.
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