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International Women’s Day 2023

Today, on International Women’s Day, it’s good to learn that more boys and men are standing up and calling time on misogyny. 79% of teenage girls say sexual assault is common in their friendship group (Source: OFSTED). For teenage girls, escaping online harassment, revenge porn, and other forms of abuse is impossible. Misogyny is everywhere, no more so than in the manosphere, that corner of the internet where men blame all their woes on women. Oceans of this online women-hating stuff inevitably wash up on the shores of everyday life. But there are signs of pushback. Boys and men are reacting against such hateful and destructive attitudes as never before.

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