Gaslighting, Sexual Harassment, and How Men Evade Responsibility for Their Actions

“There are many valid reasons why most women who have been sexually mistreated, especially early in their careers, haven’t reported it. It many fields and communities, it’s been too hazardous to do so. Male-dominant institutions have been far too lax in adopting, or enforcing, penalties for unambiguous sexual misconduct…. Men who misuse wealth or station to sexually impose themselves on others must be held accountable in a way they traditionally have not.”

Seltzer, Leon, Phd. “Uncharted Territory.” Psychology Today, March/April 2018

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