Monthly Archives: February 2014

Holla back! Combatting Street Harassment

By: Ledia Duro Whistling…shouting…honking…blowing kisses. No, that’s not the sound of a parade—it’s street harassment. From attempts at flattery to assurances of security, the “hey sexy” and “get home safe ma,” street harassment has become “one of the most commonly … Continue reading

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A Comparison of Pimps and Batterers

By Isabel Jenkins In America, damaging stereotypes of pimps and prostitutes make it difficult to understand the dynamics of their relationship and the violence that many women experience. Upon first look, a man who forces a woman to prostitute herself … Continue reading

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Bloomberg Tackles Domestic Violence

By Gargi Padki On Sept 26th the Bloomberg administration released plans for a new ad campaign designed to help women realize if they are in an abusive relationship and asks themto seek help before the violence escalates to physical harm. … Continue reading

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