Tag: "street harassment"

Pakistan, Afghanistan or Blackistan: For Women its All The Same

| 08/28/2013 | Comments (18)
Pakistan, Afghanistan or Blackistan: For Women its All The Same

I’ve been followed, grabbed, cornered, berated and forced to kiss someone. It’s happened so often that it doesn’t even feel like my body is really my body anymore. The world is a museum of flesh and I am merely one of the many displays to be oogled at by men.

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Day 6 – 40 Days of Rain on DBR Black Men: Entitlement Issues and Black Men

| 03/08/2013 | Comments (6)
Day 6 - 40 Days of Rain on DBR Black Men: Entitlement Issues and Black Men

Violence by bitter beta DBR black men who claim to be “nice guys” or “good black men” discussed. How a sense of entitlement will cause them to verbally abuse women who reject them with profanity, and physically abuse women with flying fists or objects.

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Schrödinger’s Rapist: or a guy’s guide to approaching strange women without being maced

| 01/28/2012 | Comments (0)
Schrödinger’s Rapist: or a guy’s guide to approaching strange women without being maced

Many males believe they are owed female attention and a positive response when they approach a woman on the street. The reality is that the woman you are talking to does not know if you are a creeper or a rapist and will treat you accordingly. She can’t see inside your head, and does not know your intentions.

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What Black Women Think About Street Harassment

| 10/29/2010 | Comments (2)
street harassment explained

Street harassment is a form of sexual harassment and a common behavior of Black men. Some mistakenly believe their touching and words are no big deal; Sistah Girl explains why they need to get a clue!

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When He Won’t Take ‘No!’ for an Answer

| 10/15/2010 | Comments (20)
When He Won’t Take ‘No!’ for an Answer

No! is a complete sentence. Yet when told “No!” most men’s response is not “okay then” but instead “well, why not?” or “you’ll like it if you try it” or “come on!” This pressure puts females on the defensive and is really nothing but a denial of women’s right to say “NO!” Discussion of why men refuse to take no for an answer.

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