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[–] scriptcrone 10 points (+10|-0) Edited

No, the word you are looking for is "stereotypical". It's a Catch-22 situation, because if a woman does anything so un-"prototypical" as report sexual harassment, she has stepped off the thin pink line every woman has to tread in professional spaces, and will suffer the penalties.

[–] llkit 5 points (+5|-0)

Having fitted that mould when younger, and being sexually harassed, I can say my experience did not match that at all. I know a single case might be an exception.

Also what happens in reality and hypothetically are two different things.

Also noticed in the article they use 'weak' and 'incompetent' as female stereotypes. They can fuck right off with that.

Agree with @scriptcrone the very act of complaining shifts you out of the prototype space and whole load of crap rains down.

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