When we reach a societal consensus that something isn't OK, it can be a little too easy to convince ourselves that our work is done and that the issue we're fighting is no longer a problem.
But whether we're talking about discrimination, harassment, or any other harmful behavior we can see among our peers, we can eventually find that there's always somebody out there doing it. What can change, however, is that they'll find a more subtle way to engage in their basest impulses.
While we've hardly seen the end of blatant street harassment from those with lewd intentions, it's become increasingly more common for people to quietly take pictures of the women they mean to ogle.
But as we can see from the cases where this has backfired, this approach can land these folks in as much trouble as their more boisterous peers.
And sometimes, it's not just the person being photographed who has a problem with it.
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