We have to own up to the fact women, since time immemorial, have gone out of their way to make themselves attractive,” she said.“And unfortunately it has backfired on us, and this is where we are today. Although it’s awful to say we can’t make ourselves look as attractive as possible without being knocked down and raped.“Should women be prepared for this? There’s no excuse for that.”The 92-year-old believes that sexually inappropriate behaviour in the workplace will stop since the sexual harassment and assault allegations came out against the likes of Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Spacey, Brett Ratner and James Toback.“I think it will stop now – it will have to.We are creating a new data set which currently does not exist.Perception of the police's insensitivity as well as cultural backlash deters people from reporting. By sharing, you create a dataset that can be used to drive accountability and find solutions by exposing the problem.Males have a round black dot in the hindwing that the females do not have.
Safecity is a platform that crowdsources personal stories of sexual harassment and abuse in public spaces.This data which maybe anonymous, gets aggregated as hot spots on a map indicating trends at a local level.Our Mission: Safecity aims to make cities safer by encouraging equal access to public spaces for everyone especially women, through the use of crowdsourced data, community engagement and institutional accountability.Males tend to have a more slender abdomen and females tend to have larger rounded abdomens.Some species can be identified by differences in the shape of the forewings.I think a lot of men must be very worried at this point,” she added.During the interview, Lansbury, who was made a Dame in 2014, also opened up her short marriage to American actor Richard Cromwell.Angela Lansbury has courted controversy by saying women should take “some of the blame” for their encounters with sexual misconduct.The veteran actress was asked for her take on the sexual harassment and assault scandal sweeping Hollywood in an interview with Radio Times magazine, and she said women have to shoulder part of the blame because they make themselves look good.“There are two sides to this coin.We want women and girls to be able to share their stories of sexual violence anonymously.They will benefit because these stories will be documented and made available in the public domain.