EC’s Story: “Hopefully, he’ll think twice”

As I’m walking to the gym, I walk by a mid-rise building and there is a doorman and a maintenance worker standing by the door. They start catcalling, asking me my name, etc. I ignore them and keep going to the gym. On my way back from the gym, the same doorman is leaving his post and walking to the dry cleaner down the block. As he’s walking in, he sees me again and stops dead in his tracks to leer at me, so I turn around and start yelling that I’m going to call his boss (the super) and let him know that he’s harassing women and that it’s disgusting, and I’m going to let him know that he left his post also. I found the building management company’s number online and I plan on calling first thing Monday morning. Hopefully, he’ll think twice about making a woman feel uncomfortable as she goes about her day.


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  1. MarySunshine says:

    This is a great initiative! Let us know how it goes.

  2. Emma says:

    Good for you! If men are so brazen as to harass women at their place of work, at least we have the power to report them to their employers.

    Well done and kudos to you for taking it to the next level.

  3. Sarah says:

    Good girl! :-)

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