The only people who think all men are rapists, Soraya Chemaly writes, are, well, rapists.
Soraya Chemaly is a feminist satire writer and media critic. She is also regular contributor to the Huffington Post on issues of gender and media. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org twitter: @schemaly
Soraya Chemaly wants us instead to find an equitable way for everyone to be considered genuinely human
Boys will discover their own interpretations of their gender if they’re given the freedom to explore masculinity—and femininity—on their own, Soraya Chemaly writes.
Gender representation in movies is unbalanced, writes Soraya Chemaly, and it’s sending the wrong message.
Just because it’s difficult to deal with issues of gender equality, writes Soraya Chemaly, doesn’t mean we shouldn’t try.
Soraya Chemaly doesn’t understand the calls for a more lax attitude around sexual remarks in the workplace.
Soraya Chemaly has advice for dads who would like to talk openly with their daughters about sexual harassment.
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This Comment of the Day was by wellokaythen on the post How We Can Improve Sex Ed for Boys?
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