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The revelation that B. Bonnie Henry has been praised for her "kind, calm and safe" approach to managing B. I've had death threats.

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How do we deal with that? But I could be wrong — maybe it is that we just don't talk about it. It's an experience many women can relate to, said Andrea Gunraj, vice-president of engagement at the Canadian Women's Foundation. Gunraj believes this behaviour is an extension of the ways women are treated differently at every level in society, from the wage gap to a lack of gender parity in politics. Sussanne Skidmore, secretary treasurer of the B. Federation of Labour, said she faced attacks when she was running for public office. We just don't. High-profile men also face threats, but experts say those generally focus on their work rather than gender.

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Janni Aragon, a political science instructor at the University of Victoria, says research shows different adjectives are used to describe female leaders compared to male counterparts. While a man might be described as strong, a woman might be described as bossy or aggressive, she said. The veil of anonymity offered on social media can make it easier for someone to bully women leaders they might not agree with, she added. Notley received at least 11 death threats in the first three years of her government's mandate. Inher social media team posted guidelines on her Facebook advising people how to conduct themselves in the comments section.

Requirements included restrictions on violent speech and pornographic languagesomething Melanee Thomas, a University of Calgary professor, said she didn't believe any other Canadian premier had to do.

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These factors create added barriers that can deter women from pursuing leadership roles, Gunraj said. It will take structural change in the way society perceives women, their roles as leaders and their leadership styles for gendered attacks to stop, she said. It takes longer, it takes investment, and it takes us really re-evaluating why we're here and what we do, and why we do things the way we do them," she said. I should just be respected because I'm a human being, period. And it shouldn't have anything to do with my gender.

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