Despite making significant improvements in closing the gender gap, changing attitudes towards gender equality remains an uphill challenge across Asia. Photo: AFP Despite making significant improvements in closing the gender gap, changing attitudes towards gender equality remains an uphill challenge across Asia. Photo: AFP
Despite making significant improvements in closing the gender gap, changing attitudes towards gender equality remains an uphill challenge across Asia. Photo: AFP
Lynn Lee
Opinion

Opinion

Lynn Lee

To celebrate women, Singapore must change how men think about sexual harassment

  • Online vitriol against comedienne Sharul Channa who called out talk show host Viswa Sadasivan for his sexual comment reveals misconceptions about harassment
  • Asian countries should focus on gender awareness training in schools, zero tolerance for offenders, and celebrating positive male role models

Despite making significant improvements in closing the gender gap, changing attitudes towards gender equality remains an uphill challenge across Asia. Photo: AFP Despite making significant improvements in closing the gender gap, changing attitudes towards gender equality remains an uphill challenge across Asia. Photo: AFP
Despite making significant improvements in closing the gender gap, changing attitudes towards gender equality remains an uphill challenge across Asia. Photo: AFP
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Lynn Lee

Lynn Lee

Lynn Lee is the Post's Asia Editor, and deputy editor of its This Week in Asia magazine. She has 15 years of experience spanning journalism, corporate communications and public affairs in Singapore and Indonesia. Lynn studied East Asian studies and international relations in the United States.