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The ugly fact is that the burden to do something usually rests with the target of the harassment.

It speaks to the fact that sexism is not some feminist fantasy. The party organization was OK with Trump’s comments as long as he was attacking people who mostly don’t vote Republican anyway.

But when he offended women (and especially that “married women” or “suburban women” demographic that tends to be more conservative), they’re suddenly outraged. A lot of people have pointed out on Twitter that Trump rallies are filled with people wearing T-shirts with slogans like “Trump that bitch.” maggiekb: But I think it’s worth pointing out, Christie, that a lot of people of color aren’t reading this as the GOP finally doing something when it’s about women.

Though also, 10 percent of Republicans said the video gave them a positive feeling, according to Politico/Morning Consult. colleen: Part of me wonders if that 10 percent are stubbornly saying they feel positive to spite a presumed liberal audience.

christie: Wow, I’m disturbed by the idea that the video could give someone a positive feeling.

Would you ever want to work with him again, as a female co-host?

How can you trust a colleague who would throw you under the bus like that?colleen: Good point, Christie: The “Miss Housekeeping” comment about Alicia Machado doesn’t seem to have generated nearly as much outrage.blythe: To that point, Christie, there are so many examples of women’s experiences — and there have been some victories, like rulings for female farm workers and legislative attention for female janitors who have been sexually assaulted at work.maggiekb (Maggie Koerth-Baker, senior science writer): I’ve had really conflicting thoughts about this.It gives me the same reaction as Christie’s, but, also, I’m incredibly frustrated by what is and isn’t considered “a line too far” in this election. It’s OK to say a judge should recuse himself because of his ethnicity.No one here was vulnerable or in a situation where they should reasonably expect privacy — they were all prepped for a TV appearance, and they all knew they were miked.

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