Posts Tagged ‘bystander sexism’

Cat-Calling, “Bystander Sexism,” and How Sexual Harassment Hurts Men

It's been well-established that experiencing sexual harassment has a negative effect on women. But what about witnessing it?
A new study from University of Connecticut researchers Stephenie Chaudoir and Diane Quinn suggests that simply being a bystander to sexism is enough to inspire women to report higher identification with women as a group, and heightened feelings [...]