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Recently on a night out, I noticed a message in the women’s toilets and the drinks menu, where the bar claimed to be ‘female friendly’ and operate with a ‘zero tolerance policy to any form of harassment’. The bar had concocted a fake cocktail which ‘ladies’ were encouraged to order so staff could be alerted of any threatening situations. At first, I was delighted with this concept. It’s great that social venues are taking some responsibility of keeping the women inside safe. However, what struck me the next day, as well as a hangover, is the saddening idea that the bar assumed that only women need help in instances of harassment, or even more upsettingly, that men aren’t actually victims of harassment. Of course, I hadn’t been into the mens toilets, so can’t say whether this same sign was on their walls, though like I say, the same message was also in the cocktail menu. Male victims deserve the same amount of respect as female victims. They are not any less worthy of our help. We need to stop ignoring the voices of men. Stop buying into detrimental stereotypes, as like women, men are not always strong and they do get upset. So let them. Society needs to stop silencing male victims and using female oppression to ignore this. Harassment, abuse and rape is never acceptable, and our ears shouldn’t be less accepting when we learn that the victim is male.
For when the anticipated ears close and backs turn, she needs those words. Blame, shame and vulgar retorts shadow her thoughts, but don’t cloud her vision. She needs those words for when family and friends don’t listen. For when teachers, co-workers and that ‘trusted adult’ can’t hear. For when the police and judge in court, are selective with what they hear. For when the media doesn’t try to hear, but instead reconstruct the narrative, reverse the roles and report their version of the ‘truth’. For when newspaper headlines speak for profits and not for people. Dare to challenge authority and they call her crazy, each offering a more reliable version of events, than the truth itself. Her truth. She needs those words.
The female breast exists primarily to provide a source of food for the life the female body brings. To keep her child alive through initially with her warm and sweet milk. Babies are exposed to their mother’s teat to survive. Thus, the later sexualisation of the breast, has bred from society. No one is born with the view that the female breast is sexualised. No one is born with the view that the female breast is offensive. The sexualisation of the female body is something which society has craftily created. Society chooses when her body shall be insulting and because of this, allows her body to be objectified. Ladies, our breasts are not offensive, they are sources of nature. Our bodies are not indecent, they are beautiful.