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Woman faces standard male experience – women outraged! | HBR Talk 117

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In the United Kingdom, the definition of rape is written to exclude all forms of sexual assault committed by women. This means that no matter what level of sexual violence a female perpetrator might engage in, the recourse her victim can have will not include being recognized as a rape victim, or knowing their perpetrator must bear the stigma of the label “rapist.”…

Let’s examine this hidden detail in Australia’s family violence response training | HBR Talk 211

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If you listen to feminists discuss the issue of intimate partner and sexual violence, you’ll get a very polarized view. In discussing female complainants who describe experiencing this type of violence, you’d be advised that “victims have a right to be believed,” and admonished that “their victimization is never their fault.”…

Feminists hate this one fact about sex trafficking | HBR Talk 208

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The recent trial of Ghislaine Maxwell temporarily brought the public’s attention to an aspect of the sex trade industry that receives less consideration than it should: Female human traffickers.The details of Maxwell’s charges indicated a high level of managerial involvement in crimes that had previously been strictly attributed to Jeffery Epstein.…

Three personal consequences of society’s addiction to female victimhood | HBR Talk 207

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Remember that twitter conversation I talked about a couple of weeks ago when we were looking at the end of that dating advice article from the gold-digger forum?Oh. My. Giddy. Aunt. Sally.If you want to see just how off the rails an unstable woman can get, tell her that her right to control her own body comes with a responsibility to control her own body, and then stand your ground in the face of...

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