Why Just Telling Men “No” Doesn’t Necessarily Work For Everybody — And Can Even Be Dangerous | xoJane

Headphones and books become part of our armor. We map out our daily commutes to avoid aggressive catcallers, plan our Girls Nights around bars and restaurants with High Creep Quotients. (Unfortunately, Chicago has a dwindling number of these.) We train our daughters to look straight ahead and make minimal eye contact with any male-identified person.

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