Over the weekend, many social media posts have argued that "not all men" are abusers as women have tried to make their voices heard in sharing their experiences of assault, safety, and misogynistic remarks.
Thorp said: "Not all men are abusers, but all men, I think at some point in their lives, have passed up an opportunity to call out abuse and I'm not just talking about..."
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But before she could finish her sentence, Schofield interrupted her by saying: "I haven't."
As Thorp asked him whether he was sure, Schofield replied: "No, not to my knowledge."
Thorp shot back: "Oh well there we go, you're one of the 'not all men' then."
He then added: "I suspect there are a great many men who… And I'm hearing in the gallery now a number of men saying: 'No, that hasn't happened to me'."
She explained her point further by saying: "I find that really difficult to believe because I as a woman have even been in a situation where I have seen somebody being harassed, or lads talking about a woman in a certain way, and I've felt like I haven't been able to step in.
"It doesn't mean you're at fault, but it means that you have missed out on an opportunity to be part of the solution."
Thorp also spoke about her own male friends who accepted that they had been a part of the problem by not always sticking up for women in disrespectful discussions.
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