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Reply to Jared's question from the 18th. I had to think about it for a while, mull it over. I have written an entire essay in my mind about the topic. For brevity's sake, I think that the issue may be a sense of entitlement, asserting dominance, or even for entertainment on the part of males. I base my assertion on a study carried out by Lancet on 'non-partner rap...

Thanks Jared, good stuff.  I think by definition anyone on this forum is mostly "there" with being both sad and angry... and feeling that this is a moment for men to respond.  In the simplest of forms, this can just be by listening and being open to seeing signs/signals that we would normally just ignore - and start naming and resisting.
Regarding "Why More M...
Thanks, Jan Buitron‍. Do you see bullying as a form of asserting dominance? What other elements are at play, do you think?
Very well stated. I'd like to point out that sexual harrassment is also a form of bullying. Or perhaps, bullying is an integral part of sexual harrassment. That topic may be another article for you.
I think there is a risk of overthinking kind or sensitive gestures that are "automatic" for an individual. For example, I automatically hold doors for just about anyone. I have never been called to task for it, but perhaps that is because there is no "flourish" or expectation that the gesture is acknowledged by the beneficiary.

I think intent and practice...

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