Study: Men more likely to lash out at work over gender challenges

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'New research out of Oregon State University found men were more likely than women to respond negatively to gender threats in the workplace.

According to the findings, published Jan. 2022 in the Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes journal, male employees were more likely than their female counterparts to lie, cheat, or steal at their jobs when they felt their gender identity had been challenged.

Oregon State University’s Keith Leavitt, who was the lead author of the publication, “Fragile or robust? Differential effects of gender threats in the workplace among men and women,” said in addition to lashing out, men also became less willing to help in workplace scenarios when they perceived their gender had been threatened.'

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... call him an effeminiate sissy, and expect him to keep liking you, cooperate with you, etc.

Crazy is as crazy does.

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