I'm a bit late to the party, but better late than never. Anyway, I bet a lot of you have seen that pro-feminist video that purports to show how a woman wearing a tight T shirt to accentuate her tits and dolled up hair walks through NYC and gets "harassed". If you haven't seen it, check it out.
There are a few things that rather annoy me. First of all, it is framed in a highly suspicious manner:
Sorry, you disingenuous propagandists, but you have to try again! She was wearing jeans an a crewneck T-shirt, but you seem to have forgotten to mention that she's wearing a very tight T shirt, and probably a (stuffed?) push up bra as well. She spent a lot of effort to fix her hair, and she's wearing make up. Women who don't want any attention don't dress like that.
Then there is the inconvenient fact that there is hardly anything that could be called harassment. You see a couple of guys wishing her a good morning or a good day, or saying hi. It seems that kind of people have a friendly word for basically everyone who walks past. Heck, I'm a dude and even I encounter people who ask me how I'm doing. It's a bad day for sales clerks too, because it's apparently "harassment" if you try talking to passers-by:
I don't want to know how often I got "harassed" by volunteers of Jehovah's Witnesses and Scientology, employees of mobile phone companies, or members of political parties.
In all honesty, the only instance that is bothersome is that guy walking next to her for several minutes. But, hey, if you spent ten hours walking around, in a city as busy as NYC, you'll invariably encounter some weirdos as well. Then there was that guy who was clearly hitting her, but that's life. He was certainly not forcing himself upon her.
Well, Shoshana B. Roberts, it's very unfortunate that you've become a useful idiot for feminist propaganda. You're not particularly good-looking anyway, so I suggest you enjoy all the attention you get, for as long as you're getting it. You, like very other arrogant bitch before you, will learn that past a certain age men just aren't that interested in you anymore. Of course you can then still tell yourself that people saying "hello" and "good morning" are "harassing" you, but then it would be even more ludicrous than it is now.