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Jul 17, 2022
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A few days ago, the "registered team leader" of the Facebook fan group pointed out in a post that women are vulnerable to sexual assault because of their revealing clothing, which causes men to be "animalistic" . ), attracting heavy criticism from people from all walks of life. To put it bluntly, such a statement is the same as the common sexual assault myth that "women are sexually assaulted when they wear too little to arouse men's sexual desire". It is like reviewing the victim and ignoring "power control" is often the core of sexual assault. reason. In addition, what should be paid more attention in this incident is that the "registered team leader" also opened a "secret listening studio" to photo background removing collect fees, and declared on the fan page that its business includes listening, psychological companionship, psychoanalysis, etc. content. No matter how "male animal sex" rationalizes sexual assault and causes secondary harm to victims of sexual assault, it can be seen from the text of [Zero License] posted on the fan page on March 12, 2020 that "the registered team leader" "First, he stated that he did not have the qualifications of a counseling/clinical psychologist. Then he mentioned that he studied psychoanalysis. A fellow student with a psychologist certificate said to him, "These people will be deposited with you first!" " Because you are the only psychologist in the world who doesn’t want to treat patients.” Obviously, the “registered team leader” is carrying out psychotherapy work without a license, and with written information alone, it is very likely to violate Article 42, item 1 of the Psychologist Law [1] ], punishable by up to two years in prison. In fact, there are also many unlicensed for-profit businessmen/units related to psychotherapy in our society. However, most of these people avoid using psychotherapy-related terms in their publicity to avoid being reported. However, the "registered team leader" did not shy away from advertising psychotherapy before the the relevant comments on the fan page that many people still think that "it's good
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