There is an empowering and vocal shift happening where women no longer stay quiet when they are victims of predatory, bullying, and harassing behaviors.We have found our voice and we will continue to use it.Women are Not Prey and those who think they are will be held accountable.
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“You can’t do that because you are a girl”. “Your brother can go but you can’t because it isn’t safe for girls” “ you look like a slut in that short dress” “short hair makes you unfeminine” “ you are showing too much” There are so many other examples I was taught/told while growing up as a Gen X. Not …
I wasn’t going to wear a branded tank top today but I was riled up by a Facebook post. It was an ad from education center with a teenage girl in it. All the lewd comments from the man sexually harassing the teen girl were horrible. My FB friend who saw the ad and comments ( and posted it to …
Let’s start a social revolution. We have found our voices and are calling out and not longer tolerating bullying & predatory behaviors. It’s time to unite behind a movement reflective of our empowerment, Women are Not Prey®
Good post by Enitan Oreoluwa “I just wonder why WOMEN are taught to not walk alone in the dark instead of MEN being taught to not prey on a lone woman” Let your self be free | By Enitan Oreoluwa