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Double standards? Flirty sexts thought to be flattering when sent by a woman are described as 'sexual harassment' if sent by a man, study finds

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  • Double standards? Flirty sexts thought to be flattering when sent by a woman are described as 'sexual harassment' if sent by a man, study finds

    It's flattering for a man to get an unsolicited nude picture sent to him by a woman.

    But if a man does the same thing, he's branded a pervert.

    At least, that's the conclusion of a new study by scientists in Texas that has shed light on double standards when it comes to sexual harassment.

    They looked into the differences in how men and women respond to messages that include nude photos.

    According to the latest findings, both genders were judged equally when sending solicited sexts.

    But researchers found unsolicited racy messages got a very different reaction depending on the gender of the person that sent them.

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