Month: April 2008

A Winner Behind Every Door

5 ft. 3 inches … and a DOORMAN! Girls, run don’t walk this one’s a catch! Don’t misunderstand, I have respect for anyone who takes pride in their work, but I have no issues disrespecting someone who attempted to humiliate me and my freedom. I see this rather brave gentlemen every day on Hudson street … Continued

dumb and dumber and desperate

Two “workers” were slobbering during feeding time in their van parked on East 8th st. in Greenwich Village, today, April 17, 2008. As they shoveled food into their mouths they catcalled several ladies walking by, several of which looked 16. When I walked by they held down their horn (while slobbering) which startled me, of … Continued

White Collar Crime

I was walking up Hudson at 9:00am this morning wearing a long green bulky overcoat. I guess my mistake was wearing my hair down. I find the “street rules” rather unfair to women of color – I knew it was going to be warm and while there would be caucasian skinned women in their workout … Continued

Spring is in the Air

Today I got my fair share (and then some) of street harassment at the behest of men who, with a whiff of spring-like weather, decide it is time to turn on the charm with the ladies. First it was “Nice ass” Then it was “Hey, pretty hair lady!” Over and over. And last, but hardly … Continued

Little Girl No More

I was standing on line at the post office when I notice this creep ogling me. When I didn’t respond to his blatant ogling, he apparently took it as a sign to take it a step further. He leaned creepily close to me and whispered “Hey, little girl… little girl, you look good…” (Mind you … Continued