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Mayim Bialik: Sometimes Women Are Asking For It

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Mayim Bialik has actually excused implying women are occasionally asking to be sexually pestered. Hannah Cranston, Brett Erlich, Amberia Allen, the hosts of The Young Turks, break it down. Tell us just what you think in the remark section below. Join TYT:

" Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson (D-TX) claimed Wednesday that women bear as much obligation as guys for avoiding sexual offense and also harassment.

" I matured in a time when it was as much the lady's duty as it was a male's– just how you were clothed, what your behavior was," Johnson informed local media. "I'm from the old school that you can have behaviors that appear to be inviting. It could be taken such. That's the duty, I believe, of the woman. I think that men have an obligation to be specialist themselves."

Her message, she firmly insisted, was suggested to encourage women to prevent assault and harassment.

Johnson also informed NBC DFW she was let down extra ladies did not report motion picture manufacturer Harvey Weinstein's claimed sexual harassment, attack, misuse, and also rape previously."

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28 comments

  1. Posted by Sefcak James, at Reply

    point. Men are the ultimate ones who bare the responsibility. History shows that nuns have been raped so how you dress is a falsehood.

    • Posted by Jeff Daniels, at Reply

      Sefcak James point males have been sexually assaulted in Hollywood and Churches as well. We also have to know women have also committed sexual assault. It has more to do with power dynamics of an individual over someone else.

  2. Posted by Aes Sedai, at Reply

    Men should be downright insulted by what these women assume. They assume that all men are potential rapists, and that they can never control themselves around exposed skin on women.

    • Posted by Sydney Zane, at Reply

      And men in this comment section are chiming in and saying they agree. XD

    • Posted by torinju, at Reply

      Did you actually watch the video? They are saying the opposite.

  3. Posted by CrazyLittleWorlds, at Reply

    When I was on the metro in Rome, I was dresses in jeans, shirt, all covered up, still was groped several times, I really didn’t ask for it in any way!
    -.-

    • Posted by brickhra, at Reply

      Yoga pants, tight jeans, etc… they are meant to show off and attract men! All of the men who you consider beneath you are going to hit on you, but you do it so the guy at or above your level will want to tap it!!

    • Posted by Kay Berroyer, at Reply

      Way to be a jealous creep. She specifically noted what she was wearing to ward off comments like yours. That’s the worst part of these arguments. A woman can do everything in her power to dissuade predatory behavior and as long as she’s deemed attractive enough she’s a peice of meat.
      Let me clear the air for you “nice guy” R9K losers. It is your disgusting attitude and vengeful views on women that makes you un-dateable. Not your looks, socio-economic status, or even what you wear, so you’re luckier than women in that regard.

  4. Posted by tyrongkojy, at Reply

    If any woman was “asking for it” then so was every man.

  5. Posted by McFlono McFloniloo, at Reply

    I live in Sweden and catcalling is not as common but it happens, the one time I was catcalled I was wearing baggy jeans and a hoodie and the guys were white men in their 40-50’s. Dressing a certain way wont make you safe, not from men that have this mindset.

  6. Posted by ricardo diaz, at Reply

    I mean we’re animals we feel attracted to someone then we want to mate but that’s still not an excuse. Everyone should be able to control themselves and probably some people do it for the stupidest reasons.

  7. Posted by streglof, at Reply

    I think the critique on Miyalik’s piece was a bit overblown.

  8. Posted by 1984chupacabra, at Reply

    Probably voted for Clinton.

  9. Posted by Ali M., at Reply

    we should humiliate these men . by the way some men in my country are hotter than you boys and girls in us, so please sex beggars act like a dignified human otherwise you are gone be considered sex beggar or a beggar. poor beggars,, sex beggar

  10. Posted by Flippen Burgers, at Reply

    Whaaa

  11. Posted by Pamela Boss, at Reply

    When I was a receptionist at 20, I was approached more than 5 times, less than 10, by my male coworkers, and I always dressed professionally. I don’t think how you dress has much to do with it, tbh.

    • Posted by Eedee Nenbee, at Reply

      Pamela Boss approached or sexually harassed

    • Posted by Pamela Boss, at Reply

      Eedee Nenbee both. But never by my bosses/supervisors. Never. I got long looks and smiles… the kind of weird smiles like a cat getting the bird. But never a word.

    • Posted by Eedee Nenbee, at Reply

      Pamela Boss so people looking and smiling at you is sexual harassment

    • Posted by Pamela Boss, at Reply

      Eedee Nenbee Huh? When did I ever say that? Lol tbh, and I’m gonna get a lot of flack for this, I enjoyed it a little. I can think of two times, though, where I was really uncomfortable. 1 was when this guy was always talking about sex with me, and 2 was when another guy kept on and on. He sent me very personal cards that he made, etc. I never did anything to even remotely ask for that kind of behavior. I did tell my supervisor about that guy because tbh, I was getting legitimately concerned that he might do something. He was an odd duck…

  12. Posted by Padme Lakshmi, at Reply

    Agree

  13. Posted by ThatDutchguy, at Reply

    She’s comming from a religious angle,…she’s a practicing Jewish person and gets her q’s from the Tora and her more religious background were it’s frowned upon to dress revealing as a woman.

    Her bad to take that religious or any conservative background as a guide to subjects like this, so the apology is a bit dishonest too, it’s more the backlash that got to her.

  14. Posted by Khalid Ali, at Reply

    We live in a society where some women will side with sexist men and some black people with side with racist white people I will not be shocked to see pigs flying

  15. Posted by Melissa H, at Reply

    What to know what’s messed up????? You pulling quotes from her article to fit your view! You are trying to make people hate Mayim and think those was the only kind of comments that she made in that article, because they are too lazy to go read the complete article! She said THERE IS NOT EXCUSE FOR MEN TO ASSAULT A WOMAN!!!! The quotes that you pulled out were a SMALL part of that article and addresses her experiences. Why is no one quoting the beginning of the article in which she strongly and vehemently condemns sexual assault and says there is no excuse for it.

    Also, you quickly skimmed over her apology (which she owed no one)! You should have at least mentioned that she truly apologized and that it was not one of those “if I offended anyone” pretend apologies. She’s stated her belief (actually restated it because it was in the article) that how a woman dresses does not cause assault, nor does it protect one from assault. She asked for forgiveness. You show me one other star who as EVER done that!!! She apologized more sincerely and directly than Weinstein did!!!!

  16. Posted by JosephJamesScott, at Reply

    Get in your burkas ladies. Men apparently just can’t help but sexually assault you if you’re dressed provocatively

    • Posted by BlackDeath12345, at Reply

      JosephJamesScott hope ur mom gets raped by blacks

  17. Posted by Darcspeagal Reactions, at Reply

    Society is at a point where an educated conversation about anything is impossible. This topic has come up so many times with immediate hate and zero attempts at figuring anything out about why or if there is merit to their beliefs. Shame. Im not taking sides i want this to be something that can be disscussed without attacking whom ever says anything other than women do what ever you want because of la – di – da. There is science here, sociology, philosophy, so much growth from giving the conversation a college try.

  18. Posted by psv head, at Reply

    she is a stinking jew