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Friday, October 19, 2018

FAIL: Americans Now MORE Skeptical Of Women Claiming Sexual Harassment After Year Of #MeToo

The #MeToo movement was supposed to increase awareness of the supposed danger and oppression American women face constantly. Instead, the movement, which demands men be ruined on mere allegations alone and suggests no allegation is false or exaggerated, seems to have made Americans more skeptical of accusations.

A survey from YouGov and the Economist shows after a year of the hashtag,Americans are shifting toward those accused without due process.

“When it came to questions about the consequences of sexual assault and misconduct, there was a small but clear shift against victims,” the Economist wrote.



Anonymous said...

A few bad ones can rot the whole barrel.

Anonymous said...

Could this be one way to control population growth?

Anonymous said...

Harvey Weinstein winning his sexual harassment cases and no media coverage.

Anonymous said...

Women fought for their rights to be acknowledged as equal sexual beings and discovered the orgasm and have often played their card since. They have the same intellect and prowess and ambitions as men and right to refusal and legal recourse. If you don't speak up or out for yourself because it may hurt your career or opportunities than well your not that liberated your just greedy. This Metoo thing is too little too late. You should have exorcised your rights then and there or question yourself why you where in that situation to begin with.