Episode 540

#MeToo Backlash: Men are avoiding women at work

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August 29th, 2019

53 mins 21 secs

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Men are increasingly concerned about interacting with women in the workplace. This should prompt women to assess how we can shore up our end. Professional women who are at work to accomplish the mission won't be impacted by this as our talent makes room for us in the marketplace. Troublemakers will find things very difficult from here on out.

Also, the DNC is in trouble financially and their ground game is suffering. Despite having most pollsters lying on their behalf, many within the party apparatus are complaining because President Trump is on mission.

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Psalm 95:1-4 is our Encouragement for today!
Come, let us sing for joy to the Lord;
let us shout aloud to the Rock of our salvation.
2 Let us come before him with thanksgiving
and extol him with music and song.
3 For the Lord is the great God,
the great King above all gods.
4 In his hand are the depths of the earth,
and the mountain peaks belong to him.

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  • Why are so many men afraid to interact with women at work? | Arwa Mahdawi | Life and style | The Guardian — A new study, due to be published in the journal Organizational Dynamics, has found that, following the #MeToo movement, men are significantly more reluctant to interact with their female colleagues. A few highlights from the research include: • 27% of men avoid one-on-one meetings with female co-workers. Yep, that’s right, almost a third of men are terrified to be alone in a room with a woman. • 21% of men said they would be reluctant to hire women for a job that would require close interaction (such as business travel). • 19% of men would be reluctant to hire an attractive woman.