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Do women have ‘too much power’ now? We hear a lot of young men echoing these sentiments. What’s your take? Where is the line between asking someone out and harassment? Are men being targeted and victimized by the new laws?
A young man shares his story on Quora:
“I am all for helping women grow and express themselves as human
beings. I am all for gender equality. But somewhere along the line, we (as a nation, or at least as a city) seem to have confused the abolishment of misogyny with promotion of misandry.
Women have too much power when no one will even listen to a man. All a woman has to do is to pick up the phone and tell cops that you harassed her. And you’re already done for!!!”
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