I honestly think that - aside from his marriage vows - Herman Cain did not do anything wrong with the Bialek woman until she objected and he mentioned the possibility of employment connected with where his hand had traveled. That is where he got into ethical trouble as far as harassment went. Up until that point, he was a man making a pass a a rather attractive woman who he had just had dinner with and was in a parked car with him. I am sure that same physical move happens thousands of times every day. To his credit, he stopped and then obeyed her request to drive her back. His ethical harassment problem is with the connection of the roaming hands to the possibility of employment.