The judge announced that he found the defendant guilty of sexual assault and proceeded to point out the insidious effects of victim-blaming in his page verdict. Ururyar found guilty of sexually assaulting York U student Mandi Gray. Ururyar had pleaded not guilty to sexual assault, claiming that he and Gray had engaged in consensual sex on the night in question. The court was constantly reminded, told, as if to traumatize the helplessness, the only one we can believe is Mr.
Feminist views on sexuality
SAFETI Adaptation of Peace Corps Resources - Personal Safety And Awareness Workbook
L ate at night I gaze upon the faces of the women of the YPJ , the Kurdish all-female military organisation, as they unfurl flags in Raqqa. Isis is not entirely gone. Everything is still complicated. But for a moment these women have won. They vanquished the rapists.
What Kinds of Behaviors Are Considered Sexual Harassment?
Toxic masculinity has been the backdrop of several recent stories about workplace sexual harassment and assault, discrimination against women, and sexist work cultures. Fortunately, the data suggests most men do not conform to this troubling brand of masculinity. A review of 94 psychological studies, including more 24, people and spanning the past 40 years, found that while women have adapted to workplace norms, by engaging in more stereotypically male behavior becoming more assertive, actively displaying ambition, and showing strength and confidence , men have not adapted alongside them. Even though business increasingly relies on relationships, trust, and reputation, men are not becoming more compassionate, warm, and understanding.
Student Safety Support System -- The Student Safety Council, January Through feedback from study abroad offices and safety workshops, many innovative and effective student safety practices have been identified. However, the application of these practices remains non-uniform. It is proposed here that in order for the institution to make good on its commitment to student safety as its highest priority, the institution must develop and apply standards for a Student Safety Support System. The Program Director has ultimate responsibility for establishing and maintaining a Student Safety Support System in the study abroad office. The reality is that this responsibility must be shared with every staff member and every student.