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Germany Takes Steps To Guard Women Against Sexual Assault As They Ring In New Year
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Search for: Search A sign reading "No violence against women" is held up in a demonstration in front of the cathedral in Cologne, where mass sexual assaults took place on New Year's Eve. Except this time, it includes feminists who have found their voices and, their detractors say, are working against the interests of the women they are supposed to represent. Any discussion of the collective sexual assaults as ethnically, racially and ideologically motivated is off limits. Then it was called class struggle before the battle of the sexes. Today it is called anti-racism against feminism. But this individualistic reasoning ignores the importance of underlying political structures.
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What fragrant chemical are men and women wooed by? Natural body odors play a role, but scientists have not been able to pin down exactly which of our personal fragrances entices a mate. A group of researchers from Switzerland has delivered the latest clue.
The police say they have received more than 90 complaints of robbery and sexual assault, including two accounts of rape, involving groups of men who surrounded young women in the crush of revelers. By Wednesday, Ms. Reker was being widely ridiculed by commentators and across social media for putting the onus on the victims of the attacks. Reker told reporters on Tuesday, suggesting that the city authorities would provide guidelines for young women who find themselves surrounded by aggressive men trying to grope them.