The Strauss-Kahn effect: will attitudes towards sexism change? (part 2)

Even if very often rape cases get reduced to "he says, she says" and even if Dominique Strauss-Kahn is cleared in cases on both sides of the Atlantic, attitudes to sexism may perhaps never be the same.

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  • Soudeh RAD, member of "Osez Le Féminisme"' ("Dare to be feminist")
  • Denis CHEMLA, lawyer, member of the Paris & New York bars
  • Natacha HENRY, journalist, author of "Frapper n'est pas aimer" ("To hit is not to love", an investigation into domestic violence in France)

    Watch the first part

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