I might be a Greens voter, but I know that serious scandal sits just below the surface. If they’re truly the empathetic choice, they need to address it.
In this week alone, we’ve banned a Christmas song, the use of meat-based puns, The Little Mermaid and conversing with women. I fear whatever sense that was left is now gone.
Brett Kavanaugh, Harvey Weinstein and Bill O’Reilly. If we want to solve the culture of sexual harassment, we need to start over.
Sarah Hanson-Young might have faced workplace harassment, but she’s merely the latest example. It should be treated as what it is: a public health issue.
In the wake of the sexual allegations waved at him, Morgan Freeman claims that he has done nothing wrong. To be fair, we’ve all thought that, and we need re-education.
Morgan Spurlock’s addressing his sexual allegations through a blog-post non-apology speaks everything about the issue at large. He, and everyone just like him, still don’t get it.
The Aziz Ansari situation is beyond just that. It speaks of the larger issue, in how we’re quick to blame women and excuse men.
The more things change, the more they stay the same. In the week just gone, Donald crashed through the floor, an actor faced sexual harassment allegations and memes swept in to save us from ourselves.
The #MeToo movement has given women a voice, revealing the prevalence of sexual harassment, assault, and predation in our society and exposing its scope, and I’m no different. But, what next?
As the hideous narratives of everyday sexual abuses women face continue to emerge, we men need to think on our own actions. We’re all culpable. Our silence is what needs to change, and we all need to get better.
We’ve been hearing the notable instances of sexual assault in Hollywood. However, I’d like to illustrate the choices those who ‘haven’t made it’ face, those who are told they must do it in order to have a career. They don’t.
Troy Maguire presents the common arguments in defence of the men in the viral Shoshanna B. Roberts video…and then shreds them all to pieces.
In another hit by the “blue-tie brigade”, Conrad Liveris explains why a simple wink by Prime Minister Tony Abbott borders on sexual harassment.
Sexual harassment is “gender blind”. To prove her point, Elise Bottle points you to the case of Alexandra Rose Williams and the airline steward.