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BBC Radio 4 Today
Harassment cases can lead to "re-victimising" of women, which we may see in alleged Harvey Weinstein victims, says lawyer Charlotte Proudman
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Mark Sharon 30 Oct 17
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This sort of generalization about men is so utterly sexist, and creating resentment among men who until this point were empathetic
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Recoveringfrom MEcfs 30 Oct 17
What planet r u on?
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Diana Winslow MSW OKC 405 411 30 Oct 17
In 2010, the UN identified that , ( a rule of evidence) be banned, as it is a human rights violation. UK did NOT sign treaty.
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Mark Sharon 30 Oct 17
And what was inappropriate or disrespectful about Alex's comment on LinkedIn?
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Diana Winslow MSW OKC 405 411 30 Oct 17
and sex pest activities, along with marginalization at work would benefit from on .
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Mark Sharon 30 Oct 17
Replying to @BBCr4today
I think her outlook on life is disturbing and coldly intolerant. She is creating a climate of fear.
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Recoveringfrom MEcfs 30 Oct 17
Replying to @BBCr4today
Yeah and everytime male Today presenters get women in to ask them why women haven't spoken up before!!!
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Deborah Wylde 30 Oct 17
Replying to @BBCr4today
Why is it that my eyes glaze over whenever she speaks? ** yawn **
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David Hammer GSBOUT 30 Oct 17
Replying to @BBCr4today
Again, what about the men who are harassed sexually or just out and out bullying at work.
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웃immy 웃azz 30 Oct 17
Replying to @BBCr4today
Thought I recognised that name...
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Adullamite 30 Oct 17
Nice picture, shame about the heart.
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