Women: The next big thing

The news is not good for women.

According to a new survey by the Pew Research Center, one in five American women have been sexually harassed or assaulted in their lifetime, and nearly half of those women reported being physically or verbally harassed.

That’s a higher number than for men.

But when you look at the larger picture, women are still far from the majority of victims in this category, with nearly three-quarters of all reported victims reported to be men.

It turns out, as some have been pointing out, that there are far more men who have been victims than women.

But they’ve never really acknowledged it.

The fact that women are victims of sexual assault is just a part of the story.

What about the men who are victimized?

The vast majority of people who are sexually harassed don’t go to the police.

And when you do, it’s rarely because they were the victim of a crime, but rather because they are being verbally harassed or sexually harassed by someone who is not the aggressor.

The survey also found that while a third of men who reported being sexually harassed were the aggressors, less than a quarter of women reported that they were harassed by the harasser.

A majority of those who said they were victimized by a harasser were women.

So, to put it bluntly, men don’t feel safe in public spaces and are more likely to be targeted by a man.

The same is true for men who feel unsafe in their own spaces.

And there’s a reason for that: men are also far less likely to report being harassed by women.

That makes sense when you consider that a woman can be more likely than a man to be sexually harassed in public.

A woman may have been verbally or physically harassed, or even physically assaulted.

She may have reported the harassment to a coworker or a boss, but she may not have gotten the attention she deserved.

Men don’t report sexual harassment to the authorities, and the only reason they are not more likely or willing to report it to the law is because they’re afraid of what their boss or coworker will think.

A recent study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine found that when women reported sexual harassment or assault, they were twice as likely to get a response from their boss than men.

So if you’re feeling uncomfortable in your workplace, consider how you can better protect yourself from a potential harasser and protect yourself against the abuse that comes with being a victim of sexual harassment.

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