Another appalling form of discrimination and abuse is sexism. Many thought that the access Hollywood tape that came out last fall showing the sexism of Donald Trump would sink his chance of becoming President but it did not. Sexism is widespread today. One would hope we have made progress against sexism but now we have the news of the accusations against the filmmaker Harvey Weinstein, which many are saying is not news because his alleged history of sexual harassment and abuse against women was known. And others say this is only the tip of the iceberg regarding what is all too common today in many places. Here's a news clip on the accusations against Weinstein: LINK (Links to an external site.).
 Do you believe that sexism, sexual discrimination, and sexual abuse are systemic problems in today's world or can they be viewed and judged on an individual basis as individual problems of certain people? And if one concludes they are systemic problems, does this mitigate the individual responsibility of those who practice it? Or if it is purely an individual problem, how can we explain its prevalence around the world and in so many parts of our own society? 200 words answer or better please.