Facebook Twitter Flipboard Email. The Korean Sexual Violence Counseling Center argued, too, that the guidelines reinforced gender stereotypes and discrimination and seemed to justify sexual violence. As the MeToo movement spread across the Internet, with women coming forward sharing tales of sexual assault and harassment, South Korean women were quick to identify. As people look for solutions, understanding how the government treats these issues is a clear way to start. The public education system might be one obvious place to create greater understanding to prevent sexual assault and harassment. Two years later, the guidelines remain in place. We just wanted to help prevent offenders and victims. We should have been more thorough, is what I'd like to say. When NPR requested the controversial material, the ministry responded, "We believe it's inappropriate to process your request, sorry.
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