'Honest conversations about women's sexuality disturb men': How misogyny is still rampant in Lebanese society

It’s rare to see the often wildly divided Lebanese agree on something that dominates the news, let alone fiercely protect the subject in question. However, when doctor and certified psychosexologist Dr Sandrine Atallah was met with mockery and ridicule by the male hosts of a TV programme, it set social media ablaze with an outpouring of support. It also triggered fierce discussions about the maddeningly rampant misogyny that permeates every aspect of life for women in Lebanon and opened up a wider conversation about the harmful social norms and intrinsic sexism in society. Misogyny pervades ev…

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