Esgab a time at beginning of nineties, to which Michael Crichton's Roman revelation was a must. The book dared to address sexual discrimination of men in workplace. In Hollywood film adaptation from year 1994 quoted new Boss (Demi Moore), her co-worker, who at same time an old Flammeist (Michael Douglas), in evening in her office. She gives him his favorite wine, wants him to massage her shoulders and n tries to seduce him. He sagtwiederholt no, but she won't listen until he can finally get free and storms out of office. Amnächsten Day, she accuses him of sexual harassment. Natürlichglaubt no one's version of events, because who would have ever heard of it? He's a man, isn't he?
Obviously, thought of a man who says a naughty bombshell no, implausible, if not ridiculous. When talking about violence and sex, roles are clearly distributed: Men are perpetrators and women are victims. An adult man who is abused by a Frausexuell acts on most of m as if he sichmissbrauchen to be daswollen. Because even if we live today in Einergrundsätzlich enlightened time: That men of women unterdrücktwerden, we can hardly admit ourselves.
Michael Crichton's lurid novel and film adaptation were AntifeministischeGegenreaktionen to beginning of a liberal period in American politics and business. However, y also work alsegalitäre feminist or post-feminist study of power dynamics of sexual harassment. Something that is relevant again right now.Stereotypes of female innocence
The Italian actress Asia Argento, who was one of main protagonists of MeToo movement and a erstenund loudest accuser of Harvey Weinstein, is suspected of vonAnfanging in a twenty-year-younger, minor Protection ordered Sexuellvergangen. While re are critical voices accusing self-erklärtenFeministining hypocrisy, re are also people who hold accusation of Fürunwahrscheinlich. "Every 17-year-old dreams of being ' harassed '. To say that re is no difference between sexes in such things is ridiculous, "says New York Times in a commentary on corresponding article. Furr it says: "Maybe I have altmodischeAnsichten, but I can not imagine that a woman, especially EineFrau, who is as attractive as Asia Argento, abused a seventeen-year-old boy."
Stereotypes of both female innocence and male guilt habenzu double standards. "Neinbedeutet No. Isn't that what we women say? Do men earn less? "asks lawyer in film later Demi Moore and continues:" The only thing you have proven is that a woman makes Genausomissbrauchen can be like a man. " That is central question: if re is no Unterschiedegibt in way in which men and women in Machtpositionenverhalten, as perpetrators or perpetrators and as victims, is MeTooüberhaupt still to be taken seriously as a feminist critique?
Alssich Harvey Weinstein had to ask police, Asia Argento had responded to Twitter with a single word: "Boom", followed Uninstallingfro fireworks-emoji. Now same thing seems to happen to her. For many opponents of Neuenfeministischen movement this is of course a satisfaction. Those who can unplug must also be able to plug in and who sits in greenhouse should not use Steinenwerfen and so on. Karma is a bitch.Updated Date: 06 September 2018, 12:00