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December 4

Nature or Nurture??

Whenever someone approaches me, and asks me what I believe makes people the way they are, Nature or Nurture, I usually reply both.  Having a background in Psychology and focusing mainly on trauma, it’s very difficult for me to differentiate between the two, in regards to which affects a person more.  Nature and Nurture both […]

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November 20

I Was Just Trying to Exist

“8 in 10 Women will experience Street Harassment in their lifetimes.”  I certainly don’t believe that’s entirely true.  I think 100% of women experience it in some form.  Even as simple as, “You should smile more”, can make a person feel completely unsafe.  It may sound miniscule, and on the outside, like a compliment, but […]

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September 29

Catcalling Isn’t Cute.

Catcalling is probably the MOST common form of sexual assault, and is often laughed at by bystanders because it's "amusing".  But amusing would certainly NOT be my choice of words.  Demeaning, disgusting, uncomfortable, violating.... those don't cover it, but they are the closest I can think of right now.  I immediately feel like my safety is compromised, and begin to get paranoid, constantly looking over my shoulder.  Why should I feel uncomfortable walking on the street, whether I'm dressed like Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman, or fully covered, I don't expect or deserve to be objectified.

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