BY Diana Denza
on Sep 17, 2012
We all know the drill: You’re walking down the street when a sketchy-looking guy and his “boys” look you up and down with their prying eyes. More often than not, sexual epithets and crude motions follow. And if you happen to be holding hands with another woman, expect anti-gay slurs to be tossed around without a second thought.
It’s no secret that street harassment is a pervasive problem across the United States. In my very own city, the ... Read More