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TOPIC: #Me Too - The Backlash
#192064
Sheba Bear

#Me Too - The Backlash 3 Weeks, 1 Day ago  
Well, who would have thought it?

From The Guardian:

www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2019/au...ssment-harvard-metoo


A new study, due to be published in the journal Organizational Dynamics, has found that, following the #MeToo movement, men are significantly more reluctant to interact with their female colleagues.


I'm not surprised that some male employees are now giving women a wide berth. But by giving them a wide berth:

"It’s yet another form of victim-blaming; another way to quietly put women back in their place."

You couldn't make it up.
 
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#192067
Re:#Me Too - The Backlash 3 Weeks, 1 Day ago  
You would have to be stark raving bonkers to put yourself in a position where you might be accused by a nutter.

I avoid being alone with clients as much as is possible. It is a great shame.
Once again, innocent people lose out.
 
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#192116
hedda

Re:#Me Too - The Backlash 3 Weeks ago  
Sheba Bear wrote:
Well, who would have thought it?

From The Guardian:

www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2019/au...ssment-harvard-metoo


A new study, due to be published in the journal Organizational Dynamics, has found that, following the #MeToo movement, men are significantly more reluctant to interact with their female colleagues.


I'm not surprised that some male employees are now giving women a wide berth. But by giving them a wide berth:

"It’s yet another form of victim-blaming; another way to quietly put women back in their place."

You couldn't make it up.


I can't believe the author uses it as yet another attack upon women.

Talk about feminazis.

# I note also total and complete silence form former Australian TV Talking Head Tracey Spicer who announced not long ago she was publishing a book exposing endless "celebrities" for abuse and asked wimmin to send her their tales of @MeTooComp shocking abuse..and so many did and one even ended up in court but alas..

for poor Tracey Aussie Quentin Tarantino actor John Jarret was found Not Guilty by a jury after about 30 minutes.

www.michaelsmithnews.com/2019/07/brave-t...ike-she-did-aft.html

Brave Tracey Spicer takes another "sabbatical" after Jarratt not guilty on #metoo - just like she did after Geoffrey Rush finding
 
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#192117
Jo

Re:#Me Too - The Backlash 3 Weeks ago  
The author says on Twitter "have had a depressing number of emails about this article informing me that men are right to be afraid because women make false accusations all the time".

It seems that she does a weekly newsletter for The Guardian called "The week in patriarchy". Her Guardian profile page says she's "a Guardian columnist and brand strategist" based in New York. She's apparently 36 years old, half-Palestinian and half-English, studied at Oxford ("first-class degree in English") and gay (source).
 
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