Ever chatted with dad + uncles + grandfather + brothers + husbands + boyfriend about eveteasing and street sexual harassment? O
r is it just one of those things you 'understood' without having to discuss?
Or would you take a chance and get talking about it with your father or uncles or grandfather or your brother in the next one month?
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ever chatted with dad uncles bros abt #eveteasing #streetsexualviolence ?http://bit.ly/efXJ6I
I wonder why is husband not included in this list?
please read the title of this post.
well, i've often found my dad staring at women walking on the road, quite pointedly...like when he's driving, and he passes a girl he turns back and stares at her for a sec or two...and all the while I'M RIGHT THERE!
I mean what the heck is that....why are girls so alien, like you've to ogle at them? :S
I'd want to talk about this to him, but i really dunno how to bring it up. Even though my dad is really free about talking stuff like sex, etc., but this is so subjective, isn't it? =/
Talking about eveteasing with father and uncle will give solutions, but talking it with dating boy friend will mostly end up in fighting between the two guys.
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