The Rock Test: A Hack for Men Who Don’t Want To Be Accused of Sexual Harassment
Anne Victoria Clark

Thank you Anne for the insightful article. I would like to question the audience that this article is aimed at. This article assumes that men don’t know how to treat a woman as a person and are limited to see them as curved bodies with breasts and a sexy round bottom. Feminism is a radical notion that women are people. And so I would rather request and urge the men to not HAVE TO imagine ROCK everytime they see a woman. But to start hanging out with women to see them as real people with brains and skills than objects that must be banged. 
I would also urge parents to watch out for their sexist biases especially in front of their children. I would like to extend the same advice to women and parents of girls too. If you see ALL men as bodies with penis’ that are only out there to hit on you and sleep with you, you have a problem. Instead spend time with people of both sexes and start to see the common symptoms of biases, sterotypes, and abuse.

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