I found much of this article to be true. I've experienced a lot of what they describe in many different types of work situations.
There is a quote near the end of the article that goes like this ...
"Previous research shows, for example, that men who have been made to feel emasculated in some way are later more likely to sexually harass a woman..."
This is definitely the case. However, I would suggest that it goes far beyond the workplace and extends into personal areas of our lives as well.
We women are (still) looking to good men to uphold a standard that your weaker comrades have not yet reached.
Women know how to hold their own. What would be nice if men could dig a little deeper within themselves and recognize the value in how women adapt... both in positions of authority and positions of subordination.
To do this will uplift yourself, other men and women everywhere....
Jill Soloway recently appeared at L.A.’s Cinefamily theater to promote her website, Wifey.tv, and for a collaboration with all-women filmmaking collective Film Fatales. In 2013, Soloway launched the digital platform with co-founder Rebecca Odes to give women more meaningful content to watch online. Before a presentation of six short films, Soloway gave an inspiring speech that was also a call-to-action for women filmmakers.
I strongly believe that inclusive Sex and Relationship Education (SRE) should be compulsory for all schools. In fact, helping young people to understand how to develop relationships should be a central part of education.
In long-term relationships, we often expect our beloved to be both best friend and erotic partner. But as Esther Perel argues, good and committed sex draws on two conflicting needs: our need for security and our need for surprise.
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