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Community Safety Bullying VIDEO #femaleaggression #deathstare Mark Bouris describes the impact of the Female Death Stare "What is your problem?" on Jones & Co SKY News Australia July 12th 2016. "The behavior and associated anger is hidden, often wrapped in a package seen as somewhat harmless or just a "girl thing"." Bullying in the Female World The Hidden Aggression Behind the Innocent Smile Sep 03, 2011 "Staring is annoying when women do it If only the intention was just to be annoying. Soon the speculation the judgement the assumptions the rumour spread will start Stop it at the start? She's staring Not a good sign" PS #socialknowledge is #leaningin Pete Dowe #femaleaggression #socialaggression


"The behavior and associated anger is hidden, often wrapped in a package seen as somewhat harmless or just a "girl thing"."


Mark Bouris describes the impact of the Female Death Stare on Jones & Co SKY News Australia July 12th 2016. 

"What is your problem?"

Staring or glaring is indicative of a hostile attitude. Psychology Today defines the subtler female aggression as 

"Until fairly recently, there were no sounds associated with female aggression -- as if it didn't exist.
It's only in the last decade or so that aggression by the female -- in the form of social or relational aggression -- has been recognized.
The words now associated with female aggressive behavior include: 
excluding, ignoring, teasing, gossiping, secrets, backstabbing, rumor spreading 

and hostile body language (i.e., eye-rolling and smirking). 



(Anne Baxter as Eve in All About Eve)


Most damaging is turning the victim into a social "undesirable". 

The behavior and associated anger is hidden, often wrapped in a package seen as somewhat harmless or just a "girl thing". 

The covert nature of the aggression leaves the victim with no forum to refute the accusations 
and, in fact, attempts to defend oneself leads to an escalation of the aggression."



Bullying in the Female World
The Hidden Aggression Behind the Innocent Smile 

Sep 03, 2011





Staring is annoying when women do it
If only the intention was just to be annoying.
Soon the speculation the judgement the assumptions the rumour spread will start
Stop it at the start?
She's staring
Not a good sign


PS #socialknowledge is #leaningin


#femaleaggression #socialaggression





"What is your problem?"

Mark Bouris describes the impact of the Female Death Stare on Jones & Co SKY News Australia July 12th 2016. 

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