Do we really have to take this?
A friend of mine was moving from her apartment. She asked me to look after some of her things. I agreed and not too long after she asked if her daughter Frances can come pick it up. I agreed and she came over with her boyfriend, who was also the father of her baby. I helped them carry the stuff down to the car, and during the whole visit exchanged possibly 10 words.
Next day I received these texts. I had to created a fiancee I didn’t really have in order for him to stop.
I never told my friend what her daughter’s boyfriend did. Now they are expecting a second child, so as you all see, there was no break up.
So Do we women really have to take this kind of attitude?
Do we have to invent things and people in order to be left alone.
I don’t want to have my titties banged.
I am not an easy lay.
I don’t deserve this.
Why do I go from being called “cute” “smart” and “pretty” in the beginning of the conversation, to “fatty” “bitch” and “ugly” in the end?
Reblog if you are against sexual harassment.
Vigilance (1991), by Julia Scher: Representative of Scher’s elaborate involvement with security systems as both social critique and material for art. In this installation for the Centre Pompidou, she installed several black-and-white surveillance cameras in unpredictable, empty spaces in the museum. Visitors are taped, and, as they proceed through the museum, they can see their own image on monitors in other rooms. But they also see pre-taped images of other people in the same spaces performing often aggressive actions, but they are unaware that the footage had been taped earlier. They think it is live and they can become very anxious. They might see people fighting or lying naked on the floor, but they are not sure where they are or if they are in need. Potentially, a certain panic could erupt; panic propelled by the very “security” systems that are supposed to offer solace and safety.
How to break out of a zip-tie- potentially life-saving information
You guys, please share it. You never know when someone is going to need this information.
PLEASE reblog this— zipties are one of the most common ways of binding a person upon kidnapping because they are cheap and hard to break.
Knowing things like this puts you one step closer to freedom if, heaven forbid, you fall into a situation where you need to use this information.
April Zanne Johnson