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As the country mourns the horrific murders of Hannah Clarke and her three children, Aaliyah, Laianah and Trey at the hands of their father, many people are trying to make sense of what happened to them – and perhaps learn something to prevent it from happening again. Sadly, we know such acts of violence against women and their children are not isolated. On average, one woman is killed in Australia each week by her current or former partner. Familicides – family murders in which a ...
25.02.2020 · From The_Conversation_Australia
The English philosopher Mary Astell (1666-1731) was a woman ahead of her time. She anticipated discoveries in the social dimension of knowledge and explanation that you might have thought were made only in the 21st century. She also revealed the existence of a form of epistemic – that is, knowled...By Allauren Samantha ForbesRead at Aeon
22.02.2020 · From someone
What is toxic masculinity? It generally means men behaving badly. Why then are some so upset about the term? “Toxic masculinity” describes a kind of masculinity that encourages or gives legitimacy to misogyny, homophobia and sexual violence. It involves dominating others (especially women), and means resolving disputes with physical conflict and exhibiting an aggressive machismo. Although social conservatives tend to oppose the term, “toxic masculinity” they don’t necessarily condone behaviou…
28.04.2019 · From The_Conversation_Canada
Upskirting – taking a photo or filming underneath a skirt or dress without consent – has finally become a criminal offence in England and Wales (it was already an offence in Scotland from 2010). Yet despite this progress, a recent report conducted by British GQ reveals that one in 10 men don’t think upskirting is sexual harassment. In some ways this isn’t surprising, as men’s entitlement and sexual privilege has in ,,,
16.04.2019 · From The_Conversation_UK