Re: Just a single Question for the Candidates
Ben Burton <email@example.com> writes:
> people will bully her because she's female. She simply fears that
> people will bully her (as they bully others, male or female), and her
> claim is that males (by social training or otherwise) are better suited to
> such environments than females are.
I think there's something sexist there--not in you, but in her. If
there is any truth to the notion that men are better at being bullied,
then I think it is only because men get bullied more and have had to
learn to deal with it. That's not an excuse for the bullies, but I
don't believe there is an constitutional difference.
Nobody likes being bullied; perhaps Helen reacts to it in such a way
that she needs to avoid any risk of it. But if so, that's because
she's Helen, and has nothing to do with the fact that she's a woman.