When a random man started to lecture me about how to dress, a stranger's kindness offered me the support and community I never even realised I needed – women.
There is no harm to speak with all the hurt, the brokeness, the lisps, the slips, because that is how I learn this language, that is how I make it …
What is with random men approaching women reading, or just breathing, in public places? It is not flattering. In fact, it is anything but flattering.
A lack of proper hygiene during a period and mismanaging menstrual waste can leave thousands of people more susceptible to diseases.
Sometimes, the only way to help someone seems to be a cruel or nasty approach – a strategy that may leave the ‘helper’ feeling guilty and wrong.
It's funny how women are automatically called headstrong and adamant when they choose to talk about the elephant in the room and take a stand.