Weekly Round Up: September 19, 2010

Story Submissions Recap:

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In the News, On the Blogs:


10 Tweets from the Week:

  • PiperYAnderson Wearing tights for the first time in over 10yrs. Stopped wearing shorts or tights after a traumatic experience. #streetharassment
  • lillyheart: Decided: I would rather tithe to @iHollaback than the church until it recognizes my humanity.
  • accostherwilde A new taste of street harassment: dudes holla-ing @ me from their cars as I sit on my porch. Now they know where I live
  • MissNabokov Men probably don’t realise what a big issue street harassment actually is (unless they’re the ones doing it). It really needs addressing.
  • gyraff Why tweet abt st. harassment? Was told all my life to feel “grateful” and “appreciated” for getting catcalls . Actually, it feels yucky.
  • mgeils One of the many things I don’t miss about public transit/busing/walking is street harassment and catcalling #fuckyou #shutup
  • Mdotwrites DC streets be quiet on Redskin Sundays. Mean less street harassment for me. Ain’t THAT some shit.
  • CTrouper Had my eyeballs on a copy of glamour mag. Q&a on street harassment article on summer of mainstream misogyny. Heart.
  • smanamana I also hate this RT @karennattiah: Street harassment is one thing I hate about New York
  • clembastow Here’s a hint, guys: street harassment does not make women want to “spend some time” with you.

Resource of the Week:

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One Response to Weekly Round Up: September 19, 2010

  1. Golden Silence says:

    In the one link about black men, black women and harassment, I commented in response to one guy who claimed that black women were dismissive of brothas that it wasn’t a woman’s responsibility to say hi to men she didn’t know nor was it to uplift their bruised egos. This fool claimed that I’d end up “lonely” for not talking to strangers. Are you kidding me?!

    And on the one about gaining weight, one guy chimed in saying that the woman was “driving a wedge between the brothas” by telling her story. I’d like men for once to stop butting in when women tell their stories. They also need to stop telling women how to react.

    Don’t get me started on the comments on the Ines Sainz pieces…

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