Monday, February 20, 2012

Controversial Theory of Sexual Harassment Proposes Women's Cleavage Causes Sexual Harassment

It is beyond the scope of this blog post to fully delve into this area where psychology, evolution and law intersect but given my science background I found this article interesting but given my profession as an attorney, I do not see this going anywhere legislative-wise.  

In an Australian newspaper, pop psychologist Bettina Arndt posits a theory that suggests women, who are dressing more and more 'sexually,' may be responsible for their own sexual harassment given how "beta" men are wired and programmed from an evolutionary standpoint.  A good summary of the theory is written here.

1 comment:

  1. Wasn't this a "South Park" episode?