I won't mention names, but a friend you all know reported the attached image to Facebook for breach of community guidelines for public sexual objectification of a female fictional character or actress. Facebook denied it breached any of their guidelines. I backed his argument, which was that it sends a message out as to what is and isn't acceptable and it sexually objectifies a female role model. Now in the UK we have recently had the horrific case of a serving policeman who stopped a woman. abducted her, then took her to a different location where he raped and murdered her. The officer was known to his colleagues as "the rapist", so someone had knowledge of his weird behaviour and obsessions. I said this earlier, "It's the same with your friends and work colleagues. You know which ones are displaying characteristics that are beyond acceptable behaviour. You know which people others are uncomfortable around and you should call it out or report it. We have the very sad recent news of a police officer who raped and murdered Sarah Everard. His colleagues called him the rapist, yet who reported any concerns? There has been a lot in the news regarding what women can do to stay safe and while there are sensible steps they can take, if they can't trust the police then who can they trust. Maybe it starts with the men and their behaviour. This isn't a thread to have a dig at the police, but throw your thoughts out there and we'll see where we go.