‘Believe Women’ doesn’t mean women never lie. It means accepting that men sometimes do, too | Curio

‘Believe Women’ doesn’t mean women never lie. It means accepting that men sometimes do, too

6 mins | Mar 10, 2020

The debate is not necessarily "black and white". "'Believe Women' is a problematic phrase if you understand it to mean, “never believe another man again.” It’s not problematic if you understand it to mean that men have had a decades-long dominance of the believability market. “Believe Women” doesn’t assume that women never lie; it makes the point that for too many decades, we’ve assumed they always do." Monica Hesse reports for The Washington Post.

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