via cbc.ca Imagine you are going about your life and then one day, out of the blue, CBC calls telling you there’s a semi-nude photo of you being shared around the internet. Yeah. That’s what happened to Bonnie Hanna: “[She] had no idea there were revealing photos of her posted publicly on the internet until CBC
Monthly Archives: January 2017
Via Huffington Post Tomorrow is the big Women’s March on Washington, DC. In a show of solidarity and support, many cities across the globe are organizing similar events to coincide with this event. After today, taking to the streets no longer feels optional but imperative. Seeing all those shoes getting ready to march made me
Via TeenVogue Lauren Duca has gotten some pretty nasty messages as a woman with an opinion, but especially since she wrote a piece about Trump. But as she points out, it doesn’t have to be political to be triggered online: “I did a couple of things that agitated the internet’s underbelly over the past month.
Via Twitter “Following widespread sexual assaults that took place at New Year’s Eve celebrations in Bengaluru, campaign group Feminism In India urged women to share their experiences of sexual harassment with the hashtag #YesAllWomen.”