„Es geht darum der Welt zu zeigen, wie oft sowas passiert.“
"They really didn't care about me. They never realized that I was unhappy."
"I AM MAN I MUST DO THIS THING."
Because how dare you leave the house without entertaining every man in your path.
“Sup girl, my dick don’t work too good.”
Running is opposed to every single rule of being a Good Indian Woman.
This week, Hannah Giorgis wrote about surviving a long summer of street harassment. Read that and other essays from Quartz, Gawker, Medium, and more.
"Why do you need to comment about that stuff?"
Adult Wednesday Addams was removed from YouTube, but the porn parody is still up. That makes sense.
"Have some fucking respect."
Let me explain.
"OK, now I'm getting pissed off. I'm not happy with this."
There's nothing like accepting an unsolicited ass-grab.
A handbook for the modern gent.
Would you throw a cheeseburger at your mother?
This is it! The one and only time!
Even without any physical contact, staring, cat-calling, and street sexual harassment can be extraordinarily violent acts.
Ten hours of walking in a small, provincial town.
"It's not a compliment."
A crowdfunding page has raised almost $20,000 to help with his medical bills.
Where do you stand?
People ask permission all the time... Except when it comes to hooking up.
If men are just making conversation when they talk to women on the street, then why don't they say the same things to other men?
It's really simple.
Equality always takes two.
While discussing sexism faced by Senator Kirsten Gillibrand from her male colleagues, correspondent Jessica Williams destroys catcalling, an all-too-common form of misogyny.
It's harder than it looks.
"You're very pretty, and I don't know what to do about it."
"I don't know what I'm doing. Do you Like That?"
Featuring the Internet's new darling, "apparently" kid, an adorable surfing seal, and a baby that loves Katy Perry.
This is what honesty sounds like.
Earlier this summer, Lindsey began handing out cards to Minneapolis men, explaining what's wrong with street harassment.
No, actually, that wolf whistle isn't "just the teeniest bit flattering."
This is what Philadelphia street harassment looks like.
It's the second annual Anti-Street Harassment Week, and the discussion about what constitutes street harassment — and whether it can ever be a compliment — seems more relevant than ever.