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Bartender pens awesome open letter to hedge-fund bro who grabbed her ass

Tweet Completely fed up with all dealing with misogynist, entitled customers, bartender Laura Ramadei decided to make an example of Brian Lederman, a Manhattan hedge-funder who responded to her inquiry about whether he and his friends needed anything else–you know, doing her job–by groping her butt and asking if he could take her “to go.”  Tweet
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Watch: The Daily Show takes on sexist attacks on Senator Gillibrand

Tweet The Daily Show Get More: Daily Show Full Episodes,The Daily Show on Facebook,Daily Show Video Archive   It was infuriating and depressingly unsurprising to hear some of the sexist, inappropriate comments male members of Congress have made to Senator Kirsten Gillibrand. As we learned last week, colleagues told the Senator she was pretty even when [...]
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“I like my girls chubby.” And other comments male colleagues made to Senator Gillibrand about her body

TweetSenator Kirsten Gillibrand decided to give us a little taste of some of the comments about her body that she’s received from her colleagues — who are, might I remind you, elected officials given the privilege of representing the people in our great nation’s governing legislative body — during her tenure. An interview with People, along [...]
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Flowchart of the Day: Should you catcall her?

TweetPlayboy, which recently rebranded its digital site with some SFW content, has a handy flowchart to help you answer this age-old question: Read on to find out the one scenario in which it is A-okay to yell sexually suggestive comments at her in public. Tweet
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Chart of the Day: Sexual harassment and assault at scientific field sites

TweetThough this survey of more than 600 anthropologists, archaeologists, biologists, zoologists, and other scientists wasn’t nationally representative, it suggests that sexual harassment and assault could be one of the reasons contributing to the dearth of women pursing careers in the sciences.  Tweet
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