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Street Harrassment

How To Talk To A Woman Who Suffers From Headphones In Ears

The Huffington Post | Andy McDonald | Posted 09.07.2016 | Comedy

Every day, millions of women are afflicted with wearing headphones, leaving them completely out of touch with men who want to speak to them. But now,...

One Thing Even The Good Men Don't See

The Huffington Post | Jessica Samakow | Posted 05.25.2016 | Women

I was still deciding whether to order a grande or a venti tea yesterday at Starbucks when a man cut in front of me. “Can I help you?” the female b...

If You're Underprivileged and I'm Not Attracted to You, Is 'Hello' Harassment?

Sharanya Haridas | Posted 01.17.2015 | Women
Sharanya Haridas

Street harassment and gender-based violence are real and serious. They should be recognized and called out for what they are. However, to accuse men of harassment just because you don't want to associate with them for whatever reason is a gross trivialization of actual harassment.

How Twitter Made Me a Feminist

Joe Randazzo | Posted 01.04.2015 | Women
Joe Randazzo

So many conversations are initiated and shaped by women on Twitter. Important conversations about terms that used to fly right by me in their ideological camouflage: Rape culture. Misogyny. Privilege, gender bias, slut-shaming.

To the Men Who Made Me Hide My Womanly Body

Leah Bieler | Posted 12.30.2014 | Women
Leah Bieler

For the first time, it seemed I had come up against how the rest of the world viewed my changing body, and it was not exactly what I had expected. In that moment I became aware of the gazes of men as I passed by. I was 9 years old.

Social Media Backlash: How I Went From Beautiful to Being a Stuck Up B*tch In Less Than 12 Hours

Natalie E. Illum | Posted 07.15.2014 | Women
Natalie E. Illum

I know I am not alone. Misogyny, harassment and verbal abuse toward women goes beyond what's trending in social media.

Walking While Fat and Female

Courtney Meaker | Posted 07.12.2014 | Women
Courtney Meaker

Being a woman (cis, trans or otherwise) means that you grow accustomed to men and sometimes women commenting about your body on a regular basis without provocation.