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Public Sexual Harassment (PSH)

Why is The Law Different for a Woman?

Man: I stole some stuff from my employer. Am I responsible for my actions? Lawyer: Of course, you are responsible for your actions! That’s theft.

Man: I left a restaurant without paying for my meal. Am I responsible for my actions? Lawyer: Of course, you are responsible for your actions! That’s also theft.

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Man: I stopped my car and harassed and threatened a man standing on the curb. Am I responsible for my actions? Lawyer: Of course, you are responsible for your actions! That’s assault.

Man: I grabbed this guy’s arm as he tried to pass me on the street. Am I responsible for my actions? Lawyer: Of course, you are responsible for your actions! That’s battery.

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Man: I blocked a woman on the sidewalk, said something sexually provocative, and when she recoiled, I threatened and harassed her. Am I responsible for my actions?

Lawyer: Of course not! That’s just natural behaviour for a normal healthy guy … the stupid bitch shoulda been grateful to have you notice her!

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For a corporation or a man to be victimized means the Law reacts – but victimize a female and the Law is suddenly silent.

Why does the Law change when it’s a woman?