Shanghai Subway Tells Scantily-Clad Women To Expect Sexual Harassment

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Can’t stand the heat? Want to make a statement and wear something revealing? You may wish to avoid Shanghai’s subway.It’s a bizarre incident that showcases just how far women’s rights still have to go in China. On June 20, tweeting from its official account on Sina Weibo, China’s twitter, Shanghai’s Number 2 Subway Line published a snapshot of a female passenger in a semi-transparent outfit and commented: “If that’s what you wear on a subway, then no wonder you will be sexually harassed! There are too many perverts riding the subway every day, and we can’t catch them all. Girl, you’ve got to respect yourself!”

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