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Kotaku – Over 600 Game Creators Call For An End To “Hateful, Harassing Speech” 46 more words

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EVEN LAWMAKERS FACE WORKPLACE HARASSMENT

By Natalie Webb

Any woman can relate to an experience where her body was up for public comment or up for literal grabs by men. Street harassment is a common complaint, but this sort of thing is also an all too common occurrence in the workplace. 318 more words

Women

Is it Sexual Harassment?

It certainly has been several days since I have updated this blog, and part of the reason has been because my mum came to visit me, so I spent a lot of time with her, and spent less on my blog. 308 more words

Ballet

This Cringe Worthy Email From A Recruiter Shows The Daily Nightmare Faced By Women In IT

AUTHOR: KERRY-ANNE SEPTEMBER 1, 2014 6:10 AM

This is not a come-on between two users of an internet dating site, but a genuine first approach by a male IT recruitment consultant, to a female software developer.  500 more words

Women

civilrightsactivist reblogged this on Civil Rights Advocacy and commented:

These type of comments are creepy, sexist and occur in all fields of occupation, particularly in non-traditional work. Cat calls are the most blatant. Ones like these that put down women for their brains that are also be accompanied by what she looks like are just as demeaning and are a from of sexual harassment, imho.  They create a hostile work environment based on gender.

Brave in thought and word, but not in deed?

About a week back, Ms. Mohini Giri was on her way to her son’s house in New Delhi when she saw a young girl being molested by a group of men. 675 more words

Proactive Indian

DON'T GET YOURSELF RAPED TONIGHT, LADY

You guys! YOU GUYS. First of all, if you’re an actual guy, DON’T RAPE WOMEN. OR MEN. OR ANYBODY. That’s the first thing. To get it out of the way. 434 more words

51% of the Malaysian Bar are Women so why won’t they Speak Up?

By Animah Kosai

I was an advocate and solicitor for the Malaysian Bar for nearly 10 years. People used to ask me, “do you feel it’s harder as a woman?” Being the tenacious character I was, I always denied this. 2,117 more words