misogyny

"In my mind, I had been given the choice of continuing to hide and be invisible, or to be wanted and desired — and I chose the latter, every time."
Is it becoming more pervasive – or are we just paying more attention?
D, a British man in his twenties, thinks it's "unsafe" to be alone in a room with a woman.
Apsana Begum said: "As a survivor of domestic abuse, it has been particularly painful and difficult."
Downing Street suggested it had not ruled out introducing a criminal offence of street harassment.
Home secretary Priti Patel has rejected attempts to make misogyny a specific hate crime, arguing that it would only deliver “tokenistic” change.
“She was a special adviser, she was working in campaign headquarters but she is no longer."
Damning report from police watchdog IOPC found these are not “isolated incidents” from a “few bad apples” in the force.
Fiona Irving took to Twitter to say: "It's not funny. It's misogynistic."
"Just tell us you don’t care about misogyny enough to learn what it means and move on, you melt."