I just watched a movie on how a short skirt, red lipstick and drink in hand can characterize a woman as being ‘fast’ and ‘available’. Why do we lean so much on stereotypes? Why can’t a woman be judged on her intellect and capability, instead of on her attire? The movie revolves around a rape case where the prosecution is bent on putting the blame on the short dress instead of the lasciviousness of the rapist!! It saddens me to think that despite the advancement of the world, women are still judged on the amount of skin they show, and the redness of their lipstick…..
Question:I wonder if a conversation in a library is more kosher than a conversation in a bar. Would it be correct to say the location could determine the morality of a woman?..I wonder