The Scottish government has proposed five bills it claims would fight "misogynistic behavior." The bills would bar men from watching porn where others might see it or shouting sexually abusive language towards women on the street. They would also ban men from making inflammatory remarks about women online or having "loud, graphic sexual conversations about women in a public place." Those found guilty of violating these laws would face up to seven years in prison.
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