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Sexual Harassment: legally forbidden situation in which one person, having power over some aspect of another’s life uses the power persistently over time to extort sexual favors or create a hostile working environment; women feel uncomfortable therefore they are offended Rape: the unlawful compelling of a woman through physical force or duress to have sexual intercourse. Paula Jones case: President Clinton made a pass at her, took no for an answer and reassured her that he meant no harm; money was later distributed in order to settle the case along with a promotion Equality v. Victimization feminists : equality: the state or quality of being equal; correspondence in quantity, degree, value, rank, or ability; victimization: to make a victim of (demeaning) Katie Roiphe: wrote the book “The Morning After” which argues that the concept of sexual harassment as an “actionable offense” implies that women, unlike men, are incapable of warding off unwanted sexual advances-demeans the strength and independence of women
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