French gender equality minister Marlène Schiappa: Men should be given €5,000 (£4,400) on the spot fine for sexual harassment (talking to women on their own)

A piece published on the website of Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them), the political party of which I’m the chairman, in June 2017:

Lunacy in France. An extract:

In the interview, Ms Schiappa suggested that part of the problem was male attitudes. “Men feel it’s acceptable: they’re being ‘the French lover’.”

“It’s that moment when a man is walking behind a woman, talking to her, and the woman can do nothing, because she’s alone. [J4MB: Could she not talk to the man? I know feminists are dumb, but this is ridiculous.]

Ms Schiappa expressed concern that women who were sexually assaulted blamed themselves. Only a large fine would act as a deterrent – a smaller amount would only be seen as “a bit humiliating,” she said.

Of course not only should men not speak to women on their own, their gaze should not fall upon them, unless solicited. In 2013 I suggested a solution to the ‘problem’ of men looking at women – here.

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