A woman agreed to wear a hidden camera as she walked around her city. Men called out at her, entered her personal space, and even purred at her as she simply walked on the sidewalk. Former Miss America finalist, Jen Corey talks about being physically violated on the Washington, D.C., metro last year. Do you think women deal with this every day?
Slacker says he’s never seen harassment to women in real life, only in movies. He hangs out with men who don’t do this. He doesn’t think you’re ever “asking for it,” but did this particular woman dress in a way to provoke attention. Slacker does think however, you can dress however you want. Maybe some women take whistles as a compliment thinking they are looking good for the day. This wasn’t the easiest topic to discuss for Slacker.
Steve says it is actually sad how males are, he sometimes hates his gender. He has definitely seen men whistle at women. You can’t stop men from looking at you, whether you are dressed provocatively or not.
Do you think women deal with this every day?
Tags : Locations : Washington, D.c.People : Jen Corey