A female manager at a Long Island-based national woman's organization has been accused of being a butt-obsessed, inappropriately raunchy sexual harasser in a lawsuit filed by two female employees. Former National Association of Professional Women employees Crystal Alexander and Monique McCabe have accused Krissy DeMonte of catcalling them (with names such as “vixen,” “cutie” and “hottie”) and constantly pinching and grabbing their butts. But maybe it was all just DeMonte's way of asking for an insulin shot?

“She’d say you’re hot, you’re sexy, no wonder why all the guys love you,” McCabe told the Post. “I was extremely humiliated. I felt disempowered. I didn’t know what to do. I felt lost.” Alexander added: “She would pass my desk, and while I was standing up she would smack me on my behind, grab my butt and pinch me as well. I think she’s obsessed with butts. It is very peculiar.”

It wasn't just the sexual harassment that bothered the women during their time working at the organization between September 2010 and March 2012. When they complained about the behavior to the company's human-resources department, they say DeMonte retaliated by writing them up for frivolous acts. McCabe was ultimately fired, and blames it on DeMonte.

“What they claim to do is to empower women, mentor them and help them succeed and reach their goals,” McCabe said. “But as an employee, I was treated entirely differently, being treated like a sex object, being spoken to like that when you’re trying to earn a living. That’s not exactly empowering women and helping them succeed. They are not practicing what they preach.”