Yeah, for sure I agree that it’s better for your mental health to not compartmentalize and I fully acknowledge that there are many people of all genders who will respond positively. HOWEVER, there’s also plenty of people, especially women, who will not only react negatively, but will feel actively threatened by your sexual openness, and that’s not at all good for their mental health, even though you no doubt have nothing but good intentions. That can lead to not just lost opportunities, but incredibly expensive lawsuits or even the total destruction of your company and/or your career, and it doesn’t matter whether it’s healthier for you emotionally to be open and free with your sexuality when you’re adding that kind of risk, risk which only increases as you age and the ratio of women who consider a lack of appropriate boundaries on your part to be a problem swings against you. If you’re not careful, you could easily find yourself the topic of widespread, company wrecking bad PR. It’s just not worth it.