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When a woman’s insulted, neither gender steps in

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A new study shows that neither gender tends to step in when observing or reading about a man disparaging a woman.

“The bottom line is that in such a situation, men tend to be very passive—they say or do very little about what is happening,” says Texas A&M University researcher George Cunningham.

“On the other hand, women tend to get more upset when thinking about uncivil behavior directed toward other women, but few actually do anything about it,”

Full story at Futurity.

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