Have you ever taken a picture? Women web developer Kelsey Bressler has developed an AI filter that effectively blocks 95% of the "stalking" because of her disturbing. Why do some boys always like to pass pictures? The Canadian study points out that this is related to gender discrimination. Hide in the "swashes" after the gender issues, for you to comb.
Have you ever received a "dick pics" in an involuntary situation? With the technological progress of science and technology and the Internet, criminal methods have become more and more diverse, and the transmission of "scouncis" has become a new act of sexual harassment, however, in this case, there is still no sound legal norms to punish the perpetrators and protect the rights and interests of the victims.
In addition to the crime of sexual assault, the act of committing an act against another person against his will is related to sex or gender, and in one of the following cases:
1. To obey or reject the act by the person as a condition for obtaining, losing or dissomuchment of benefits relating to work, education, training, services, plans or activities.
2. To display or broadcast words, pictures, sounds, images or other articles, or to discriminate, insult or otherwise, with circumstances that impair the human dignity of others, or create a situation that causes fear, hostility or offend, or unduly affects their work, education, training, service, planning, activity or normal life.
According to the Guardian, kelsey Bressler, a web developer, decided to develop an AI filter after receiving a photo one day. It is alleged that this filter ingress, after continuous experimentation and testing, can effectively block 95% of indecent images - "meat-colored rods."
Kelsey Bressler's positive action is inspiring and uplifting, but it also seems to reflect that the inaction of today's community sites and regulations on "snobbenos" includes unmanageable, unactive, or even insensitive. (Recommended reading:"Gender Watch" Sun Yat-sen female sexual harassment: appeasement events, is to tell your child that your discomfort is not important)
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The implicit sexism of "The Passing Photo"
With regard to the photograph, whether it is pre-preventive or after-the-fact, the focus is on the victim. In fact, we should not ask the victims to bear these, we should, in turn, focus on the perpetrators of the transmission of pictures. Why, some men always like to send pictures to others?
On July 18, 2019, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Canada, did a study of the photo i'll Show You Show Mine so You'll Show Me Yous: Motivations and Variable Sin Photographic Exhibition. Among them, the following two findings are noted.
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"Men may find that oppression motivates women, or they may be satisfied that women show shock, hurt, and anger. 」
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"The man who sent the picture without permission is more narcissistic than the man who doesn't send the picture, and tends to recognize sexism." 」
- I'll Show You Mine so You'll Show Me Yous: Motivations and Permer Sin Photographic Exhibitionism
Notably, in the study, more men said they were sending pictures in the hope of causing women's "positive emotions."
If they say nothing, we will find that some men's "sexual imaginations" of women are full of fallacies. Otherwise, how can you feel that a woman will be happy to receive uninvited notes?
In his book "Mianmie: Japan's Female Disgust," Japanese gender scholar Chiko Ueno refers to the "yang-shaped centralism" from a male perspective. "For men, impotence is the source of sexual pleasure, and women rely on them if they want to be sexually pleasured," she said. 」
Created by the French master of psychoanalysis, Lagan, the original term refers to impotence worship, which has since been derived from the male-centered social mechanism.
In short, men who like to send pictures to women build their desires into the wrong imagination of women, causing them distaste and discomfort. This selfish behavior should be regulated, not turned a blind eye.
Your orgasm, my troubles: when sexual harassment spreads from the road to the internet
Before network technology developed, sexual harassment may occur more and more on the road and other physical space. Nowadays, even if you're just lying on your room bed, you can get unkind harassment from strangers, whether it's images or text, by simply sliding off your phone and going to a social networking site.
New York City Councilman Joseph Borelli hopes to push for a bill to sanction the "son-in-law." He aptly likened:
"In the old days, youhad to have a long trench coat and good running shoes. Technology has made it bigly easier to be a creep."
"In the past, you needed a long windbreaker and a pair of good running shoes. Now, technology makes it easy to be a pervert. 」
- Joseph Borelli
In an example, many of my friends and I have received harassing messages from strangers in involuntary and non-consensual situations. Unfortunately, there seems to be no other way to avoid sexual harassment in advance, other than after-the-fact blockades and whistleblowing.
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On the NHS Sex E School website, there are some ways to respond to online sexual harassment:
- Explicitly refuse or warn: Tell the other person not to send you similar messages directly, or you will take legal steps, or block the other person, etc.
- Keep message evidence: No matter what form of online sexual harassment you are subjected to, whether it's text, pictures, or voices, you can keep the file or what the other person says is harassment as evidence.
- Inform the relevant organization: You may report the retained evidence of harassment to the site manager and provide the E-mail or ID of the harasser's letter, request the site to assist in processing. If this still does nuns, you can also seek the assistance of police officers.
However, the effectiveness of these practices is rather limited.
In the case of Facebook's private harassment, for example, a prosecutor told the Associated Press in the past: "To trace the identity of Facebook users, although Facebook can be asked to cooperate in providing user application data and login records, the prosecution said that Facebook is a foreign company, not in our judicial sovereignty, not necessarily as desired; 」
If I don't say "yes", you can't disturb
Back to the "sancin" filtering process mentioned at the beginning of the text, it may be a fairly practical solution that allows the public to avoid the trouble of receiving the photo. Ultimately, however, the root problem is the people who commit bad behavior. Therefore, while thinking about how to protect the "victims", we should also severely punish the "perpetrators" who transmit the photographs without authorization.
In fact, in addition to women, I have no shortage of male friends who have received photos. And regardless of the gender of the object, he has the right to choose whether to see or not to see the indecent photos. If you get along with each other, nothing but the word "respect". (Extended reading: Rejectsexual harassment in the workplace!) Emma Watson's Manifesto: You know, you have the right to choose.
After all, no one should be harassed for no reason, and no one should be forced to endure uninvited photos.