Category Archives: street harassment

Texas Woman Beaten in New York City for Standing “Like A Man”

[Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Texas filmmaker Richard Massey, who approached HayLadies! with this story in hopes of raising money for the recovery of his injured friend and Texas-to-NYC expat Angela Gant.] “If you’re going to stand … Continue reading

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SlutWalkers Take Dallas

I am exceedingly proud to say that Patrick Michels is the most ballerest of ballers balling it up on Unfair Park with his thorough and witty coverage of SlutWalk. Back at the plaza, speakers took turns at a megaphone to … Continue reading

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Compliments and cat-calls.

One of the few advantages to Dallas’ obsession with cars is the relatively little time I spend dealing with being harassed on the street. It still happens occasionally, especially since I live in one of the city’s few walkable neighborhoods, … Continue reading

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