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June 20, 2017

New Submission

I've had a wide range of experiences with street harassment, from so-called "compliments" to drunk randos telling me I was unworthy. The latter is the kind of street harassment that doesn't get talked about. It should. When I was 23 years old, I moved into my first real apartment. It was exhilarating. One morning in July, on my way to get coffee, a visibly drunk guy stumbled into my path.…
June 13, 2017

New Submission

So awhile ago i went to get a cup of coffee from starbucks a block away from where i live and go back to my apartment. so literally a block away. As im about to cross the street back to my house, a guy with two friends, one male, one, female, was standing close to me abd said with drunken slurred speech, "i like your hat". i could tell he…
April 30, 2017

New Submission

So last year, while I was going to my old apartment to have it professionally cleaned and then meet the property manager to get my deposit back, I got into the elevator and there was a guy there. scruffy male, blond hair blue eyes and I waited for him to fob the floor to ensure he was in fact a resident or was supposed to be there and he did…


Letter to an M.V.P.

We become young women who can get across campus in 16 minutes and that’s talking the longer route with slightly better lighting. You run the fastest time in the 4×400 meter, while we run relays in the dark just to make the last bus home. Avoid those overgrown bushes, short skirts, empty lots, broken streetlights, … Continued

Summer – Things are heating up!

We are seeking some summer help around here! While we have no MAJOR campaigns planned this summer, we could use some help with blogging, social media, and doing Good Night out Audits. If you are into any / all of the following: Feminism, activism, live music, writing, grrl power, music festivals, DIY, urban planning, LGBTQ … Continued