Every woman surveyed in Paris claimed to have been a victim of some kind of sexual harassment on the city’s public transport.
Half of them were assaulted before they were 18 years old. [Note, this is the feminist definition of assault, not the logical, legal definition. — MW]
The poll led to calls for a [feminist] campaign to stem sexist or threatening behaviour on buses and trains.
The survey found that “every female user of mass transit has been a victim” of “gender harassment or sexual assault” – even though some are “unaware” of this because they have been conditioned to accept low-level abuse.
The poll of 600 women from the area around Paris found that half of those interviewed said they had first suffered harassment under the age of 18.