Carina Chocano does an amazing job discussing the problematic ways women's stories get told, ranging form how women face objectification and sexualization, to how women always end up in marriages no matter how fierce or strong they seem, to how we glorify youth and innocence and slight playfulness in women and devalue 4.
The overall rates vary widely depending on how the pollsters frame the question, but the ratio is pretty consistent. The data on perpetrators is less clear.
If you prefer anecdotes to data, you can sift through this Reddit thread with comments. I had a chief harass me daily which resulted in administrative actions when I tried resisting her abuse. Eight months later I was suicidal and that WO was signing my counselling and probation with her husband.
She then started thrusting into my backside. It was pretty uncomfortable and I felt kinda vulnerable.
In the wake of all these sexual harassment stories, I looked back on this moment and considered for the first time that that was actual sexual harassment. But then is it odd that so few of the recent high-profile victims of sexual harassment have been men, and so few of the high-profile perpetrators women?
The viral Facebook message that started MeToo — at least the one I saw — urged women to come forward with their stories of sexual harassment, and men to come forward with stories of times they perpetrated sexual harassment.
Homosexual male harassment is more prevalent than the percent gay men in the population would imply, suggesting that gay men harass men more often than straight men harass women.
Since most men are straight, most victims are women; when the men happen to be gay, they victimize men. Could this kind of ploy really shut up everybody? Men absolutely came forward with stories of harassment by high-profile women in Hollywood, and they were summarily ignored.
Carey is much higher-profile than most of the men involved. She just assumed nobody would care — and she was right. Having silenced or ignored all men who might be sexually harassed, the media proceeded to treat sexual harassment in the most gendered way humanly possible, constantly reinforcing that only men can do it and only women can suffer it.
The Guardian, being commendably honest about its priorities: The Independent thinks the story is how powerful men seemingly never face the consequences of their actions toward women.
Do any women disagree about what counts as sexual harassment? Yes, the stats show that they disagree exactly as much as the men do — but who cares? Needless to say, every line of evidence we have shows men are less likely to report harassment that happens to them than women are.
Is this really that bad?
Our society already has an answer to this, and in every other case, the answer is no. Suppose I write about how we need to do more to support the victims of terrorism. But what if I write about how we need to do more to support the Christian victims of Muslim terrorism?
Sounds…like maybe I have an agenda. This is true even if the numbers show terrorists are disproportionately Muslim.
The Covert Sexism of Sports News. according to another study by the same authors, who called sports media "a 'mediated man cave'—a place set up by men for men to celebrate men's sensational athletic it was a loss for her Columbus Cottonmouths to the visiting Knoxville Ice Bears in the Southern Professional hockey League, but. The media, as an institution, is guilty of perpetuating sexism in tennis and sports in general. Media gives more emphasis on male sports compared to female sports. This, they claim, is because more men attracted to sports than women are. stars A whip-smart essay collection about how we portray women in movies, TV shows, magazines, and more, as well as how women learn to internalize and emulate these portrayals.
Or suppose I write about how we need to do more to help the victims of crime. What if I write about how we need to do more to help white victims of black criminals?Links.
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