I never said or implied she would sleep her way to the top. Ya’ll see what you want and then fill in the blanks, so you have a reason bash me. I’ll try again make myself clear before leaving – I said Conrad has the power to give Sara a supervisor position. I could see him doing this in an attempt to put a wedge between her and Grissom. Would she stay loyal to Grissom and turn it down, or would she take it knowing Conrad would then have her under his thumb and possibly make her a pawn in his game to bring Grissom down. I can not see Sara allowing any man to have this control over her, but the offer would be tempting if only to show Grissom she is worth of promotion in someone’s eyes. Hence her moral decision and it has nothing to do with sex. Does this make my first two posts clear now, or do I need to find a new sentence or two to get my point across.