AWARE President: Women involved in sex scandals not ‘conforming’ to gender roles
Posted by temasektimes on October 5, 2012
Two high-ranking civil servants were charged for soliciting sexual gratification from women in exchange to further their business interests. A NUS Law professor was also charged for having sex with a few students in exchange for better grades.
Speaking to queries from the media, AWARE President Corrina Lim feels that in all the cases, the women involved are playing out of their gender roles.
“Women are known to be submissive, not so ambitious, but these women are seen not to be conforming to gender roles,” she said.
The sex scandals have been the talk of the town of late with many wondering how these successful men have their careers and reputations destroyed by lust.
Corrina Lim observed that there is much public interest in such cases because people are curious to know how these women could have so much power over the men.