Wherever left wing male feminists and their female enablers gather, no woman is safe, and the recently wrapped UN Climate Change conference in Bonn, Germany was no different.
Reports are that as many as ten women reported sexual harassment to the UN during the two week long gathering of leading environmentalists and progressive politicians.
I was there this year but from the outside. I was banned because I asked a member of the Canadian delegation a question at last year's conference. The UN said my question constituted "harassment."
Now I'm sort of glad that I was on the outside, because it sounds like it wasn't exactly a welcoming place for women inside the temporary diesel powered UN complex.
Wait until you hear what UN officials told me when I asked them about these sexual harassment complaints:
Apparently, they had money for luxury parties and river boat cruises but nothing to make the place safer.
Ironically, the UN is constantly prattling on about how climate change hurts women the most, even hosting a special gender day at this year's conference.
It's just like Hollywood at the UN:
Show up at the right lavish parties.
Make the right friends. Have the right politics.
Turn a blind eye to predatory behaviour.