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Public humiliation, rampant 'slut-shaming,' and relentless 'degrading' of women are a part of the 'institutionalised misogyny' taking place within Australia's oldest college.
Explosive allegations against St Paul's College include a library of bullying and abuse towards female students of Sydney University, sex parties in the 'Bone Room,' ranking women based on their likelihood to perform sex acts and revealing their sexual past at public events.
Apparently targeted at family professionals, especially clinical psychologists, guidance counselors, and social workers, the encyclopedia is heavily weighted toward entries dealing with couple and parent-child relationships; children’s cognitive, emotional, moral, and sexual development; and psychological and sexual disorders.
The heavy reliance on entries on specific countries, as opposed to broader comparative entries, makes it difficult for readers to identify or understand the causes of national differences.