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Tag Archives: sexual harassment
@karenstollznow: “I’m Sick of Talking About Sexual Harassment”
Posted on August 12, 2013 by Nathan Hevenstone
Remember this post, originally at Scientific American? Apparently, CFI (the organization that was NOT named by Karen, but by others), contacted Scientific American, and SA took it down. This is what CFI has to say about it: CFI did not … Continue reading →
Posted in Activism, Atheism, Atheist Organizations, Bigotry, Bullying, Center for Inquiry, Feminism, Misogyny, Rape Culture, Sexism, Social Justice, Trigger Warning | Tagged activism, Atheist Bigotry, Ben Radford, Center for Inquiry, Karen Stollznow, misogyny, Scientific American, sexism, sexual assault, sexual harassment, Social Justice, The Amazing Meeting | 6 Comments
Atheism’s Misogyny Problem
Posted on August 8, 2013 by Nathan Hevenstone
Holy. This has left me numb. I can’t even muster up any anger at this point. I’m just… numb. This has to go back to at least Elevatorgate, but probably earlier. What is coming out, now, however, is that major … Continue reading →
Posted in Activism, Atheism, Atheist Organizations, Bigotry, Bullying, Center for Inquiry, Education, Feminism, Free Speech, James Randi Educational Foundation, Law, Misogyny, Rape Culture, Secularism, Sexism, Skepticism, Social Justice, Trigger Warning | Tagged Assholes, atheism, Atheist Bigotry, Benjamin Radford, Carrie Poppy, Center for Inquiry, DJ Groethe, Freethought Blogs, James Randi Education Foundation, Karen Stollznow, misogyny, rape culture, sexism, sexual assault, sexual harassment, skepticism | 7 Comments
I Do Not Understand You MRAs
Posted on September 8, 2012 by Nathan Hevenstone
Are you a Men’s Rights Activist? Good. I have some questions for you because, frankly, I’m confused. I don’t understand what you’re fighting for. You’re a man. Are you aware of what that means in our society? Another question… are … Continue reading →
Posted in Activism, Bullying, Misogyny | Tagged men's rights activism, misogyny, MRA, rape, rape culture, sexism, sexual assault, sexual harassment | 34 Comments
Ohai! I’m Socially Awkward!
Posted on July 30, 2012 by Nathan Hevenstone
So KC reported her experience of being sexually harassed at Defcon.
Posted in Bullying, Feminism, Misogyny, Skepticism, Technology | Tagged bullying, Defcon, feminism, misogyny, sexism, sexual harassment, social awkwardness, women | 11 Comments
Posted on June 1, 2012 by Nathan Hevenstone
One of my earliest posts on this blog was asking whether or not I was a misogynist. Looking back on it now, that was kind of a stupid post, mainly because of one of the variations on that old axiom: … Continue reading →
Posted in Atheism, Bullying, Feminism, Skepticism | Tagged atheism, Atheist Bigotry, comferences, conferences, feminism, mansplaining, misogyny, sexual assault, sexual harassment, skepticism, victim-blaming | Leave a comment
The “Ignore It” Lie
Posted on May 28, 2012 by Nathan Hevenstone
So back on Friday, a report came out about the sexual harassment women face on London streets (to be honest, the report could apply to the US quite easily… and probably anywhere else in the world, to… read it to … Continue reading →
Posted in Bullying, Feminism | Tagged "ignore it", assault, authority figures, bullying, counseling, current-events, ignorance, lies, physical assaults, sexual harassment, society, sticks and stones may break my bones, teasing, vanessa feltz | 2 Comments