Anyone who's ever done promotional modeling, waited tables or really even just delivered cocktails to other humans can relate to much of the material of these confessions. What's most shocking is the commenters defending chauvinistic treatment as appropriate in said conditions. Look, unless you are literally paying the lady specifically to engage in sexual rapport with you (i.e. a call girl, an exotic dancer giving a lap dance), which perhaps accounts for .0005% of male-female interactions, you are not to assume said sexual rapport is a part of that girl's job description no matter what she's wearing (it's worth mentioning that crossing pre-set boundaries with sex workers - like from agreed-upon flirting to not-in-the-job-description getting handsy - is another epidemic in which some men often seem unable to respect the limitations of the woman's job description. Stop it!).
Point blank; it's NEVER OK to treat another person disrespectfully. Is that complicated?