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It also turns out that the hook-up culture also does a poor job of instilling self-respect in young women.
That’s another lesson to be learned, as the national conversation broadens to include accusations of sexual assault as well as stories that bemoan the problematic elements of “consensual” sex. gets at a crucial nuance that seems to have long been missing from the conversation around sexual harassment and assault: that consent isn’t always black and white,” said Jessica Bennett, new “gender editor,” in a column for the paper.
“We are finally becoming conscious of a vice that has been socially accepted,” said the actress Salma Hayek, who accused the famous Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein of pressuring her to have sex in exchange for his help with an important film project. These revelations have stirred a multitude of questions: In an age of growing gender equality, why have 30% of U. What lessons, then, should we take away from the Weinstein-inspired campaign to unmask powerful men who have abused women?
And what will be the practical outcome — will women be safer? Along the way, we have learned a number of lessons.
“Recent revelations about sexual harassment, assault and abuse underscore certain blunt realities about men, women and sex,” said Mark Regnerus, a sociologist at the University of Texas at Austin who studies sexual behavior.
“Men’s sex drives are, on average, stronger and less discriminating than women’s.
This was a system largely policed by women, who leveraged what social researchers describe as a “cartel” of chastity to discourage and punish sexual misconduct.
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Further, as the stories of mostly female victims are published in the media, we have also learned that differences regarding sex are real.
They can’t be chalked up to social conditioning, as feminists long argued.