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Front Page / Re: Harassment, Parliament and the BBC
« Last post by SG on Sun 05-Nov-2017 | 22:19pm »
Iím wondering what message some of these posts are sending to women who might be viewing this topic with a view to joining.

Depends on their point of view and life-experiences I would imagine
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Front Page / Re: Harassment, Parliament and the BBC
« Last post by aron on Sun 05-Nov-2017 | 22:19pm »
She didn't sound flattered Beppy.
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Front Page / Re: Harassment, Parliament and the BBC
« Last post by SG on Sun 05-Nov-2017 | 22:18pm »
I didn't say she said she had been sexually abused.  I said I wished women like her could speak to real victims. 

Frightened? Really? 
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Front Page / Re: Harassment, Parliament and the BBC
« Last post by AliceB on Sun 05-Nov-2017 | 22:17pm »
Iím wondering what message some of these posts are sending to women who might be viewing this topic with a view to joining.
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Front Page / Re: Harassment, Parliament and the BBC
« Last post by Beppy on Sun 05-Nov-2017 | 22:16pm »
She didn't say she had been sexually abused. She said how uncomfortable it made her feel. She wasn't reporting it..just saying - if it had or had not been innocent..it was a bloke who unasked for, made her feel frightened. We can't judge her, she was just saying it like it was. Take it at face value.

I am taking it at face value and it was a flattering but crass remark made 30 years ago.
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Front Page / Re: Harassment, Parliament and the BBC
« Last post by aron on Sun 05-Nov-2017 | 22:15pm »
She didn't say she had been sexually abused. She said how uncomfortable it made her feel. She wasn't reporting it..just saying - if it had or had not been innocent..it was a bloke who unasked for, made her feel frightened. We can't judge her, she was just saying it like it was. Take it at face value.

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Front Page / Re: Harassment, Parliament and the BBC
« Last post by Beppy on Sun 05-Nov-2017 | 22:12pm »
I wish some of these seemingly hypersensitive women could talk to some victims of real sexual abuse - it might open their eyes a bit and make them realise that they haven't really suffered at all.

Or live in countries where women and girls are really sexually abused regularly.
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Front Page / Re: Harassment, Parliament and the BBC
« Last post by SG on Sun 05-Nov-2017 | 22:10pm »
I wish some of these seemingly hypersensitive women could talk to some victims of real sexual abuse - it might open their eyes a bit and make them realise that they haven't really suffered at all.
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Front Page / Re: Harassment, Parliament and the BBC
« Last post by Beppy on Sun 05-Nov-2017 | 22:10pm »
As I said.. each to....

Of course it is but if that was my daughter troubled by a fairly innocuous remark 30 years later I would be concerned!
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Front Page / Re: Harassment, Parliament and the BBC
« Last post by Myra on Sun 05-Nov-2017 | 22:08pm »
As I said.. each to....

Each to indeed aron  :OK:
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