I don’t know how I missed this article in 2016 since I am such a regular reader of the Huffington Post, but I did. I
This article is right up the Psy’s alley: it uses psychology — although without explicitly identifying the tendencies as such — to explain our inexplicable
So many powerful men in industries are being accused of sexual assault, harassment, and impropriety AND they are suffering consequences because of it. Not only does this article document the scope of the accusations this year, it discusses the reasons it seems to be happening so much more frequently.
Clinton’s book is about sexism and intimidating women. Tur’s book is about sexual assault. How many women have experienced sexual aggression? How many men have committed sexual aggression?
Men evolved to rape. Circumstances will vary, but it is inside all of us. Change your perspective from the man’s to the woman’s and rape becomes much more difficult to excuse.
We here at the Psy really like rape. Er, I mean, we’re interested in rape, which is to say that rape is very much on