What are the odds?

Another harassment ‘survey,’ another magic 51 percent.
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8 Responses to What are the odds?

  1. Lee says:

    What exactly does constitute “harassment” and “sexual assault” these days?
    Merely making an innocent complimentary remark to a woman or holding a door open for her?

  2. Boambee John says:

    Lee’

    IIRC, that earlier “survey” also included admiring glances, and also any events that occurred on the way to or from university. It was dishonestly set up to maximise the result.

  3. Lee says:

    John, yes, the self-selecting, inherently flawed and biased survey which found (extremely improbably) that universities were hotbeds of “sexism.”
    The survey that Bettina Arndt demolished.

    IIRC, that earlier “survey” also included admiring glances …

    No doubt a glance of pure hatred is much to be preferred.

  4. FlyingPigs says:

    or holding a door open for her?

    did that 30+ years ago.. got told not to do that as she walks toward door I think I am courteously holding open as I had just pushed it open myself and noticed person approaching.

    shut the glass door in her face and walked away.

    Never held a door open for a woman ever again in a commercial workplace.

  5. jupes says:

    Just like asking a feminist academic to report on the culture of Special Forces units, you get what you pay for.

  6. Rex Anger says:

    Just like asking a feminist academic to report on the culture of Special Forces units, you get what you pay for.

    A while back, I found Sammie Crumpetts’ little book based on her ‘report’ in a Dymocks in Perth. I flicked through the foreword and a couple of pages out of morbid curiosity.

    It was a small pocketbook about half an inch thick, and somehow managed use almost every page (some were blank) to say absolutely nothing with extreme prejudice.

    The Defence Department drew another dud project from that effort…

  7. Rex Anger says:

    Sammie Crumpetts’

    Correction- Dr. Samantha Crompvoetts.

    (Mustn’t get C.L. done for being a trolls…. 😉 )

  8. Shy Ted says:

    The survey was emailed to a selected sample of up to 10,000 students at each of Australia’s 39 universities, who were invited to complete the survey online. Of those who received the survey, 31,000 responded.

    “Selected sample”? 10,000 x 39 = 390,000/31,000 = 8 pussent response. Now that’s science.

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