Adult Wednesday Addams has zero tolerance for catcallers and handles them in a way that only an Addams could: with swift and painful vengeance.
While minding her own damn business, a truck full of dudebros rides by this updated version of our favorite Addams family member, and one of them decides it's a good idea to tell her she'd look prettier if she smiled. He goes on to ask her to sit on his face, and even calls her a “goth bitch. Read More
BY Mariana Garces
on Sep 09, 2014
Apparently some guys still think it's okay to clap at women on the street, as if it's a classier way to catcall. "It's not harassment! It's appreciation!" they cry. Well, we won't accept that answer and we call shenanigans. Jessica Williams is all too familiar with this brand of bullshit and on The Daily Show last week, she made it known this behavior is unacceptable.
"Our walk to work is not there for him to comment on. It's not a red carpet, it's not a Fashion Week runway, it's a sidewalk. Read More
on Aug 12, 2014
Two months ago, I moved to New York City from a much smaller town and I can honestly tell you, I’ve been catcalled or talked to by strangers in public more in the past two months than in my entire life.
When I’m walking down the street and a guy yells, “Hey mami, smile for me,” I’m grossed out, offended and, frankly, a bit terrified. Read More
BY Amy LaCount
on Jun 20, 2013
It’s a perfect day – the glimmering sun breaks through the clouds and warms their backs as they cheerily go for their daily afternoon stroll. The loving father beams down at her when suddenly, spotting something in the road, she skitters away, and he shouts out, Stay! to his – dog? Or, uh, daughter?
This commercial from the Best Friends Animal Society disturbingly blurs the line between girl and pup.
The advertisement is for their Fix At Four campaign, which encourages pet owners to spay and neuter their animals at four months. Read More