Location: N St SE
Time: Evening Rush Hour (3:30pm-7:30pm)
After reading a post on here about one girl’s street harassment for a week, I felt that it was only fitting to write about my experiences this week.
- Monday, Oct 28; walking down Half St SE & N St SE (in front of the Nationals stadium)
Group of teens (several girls and one male) threaten to beat me, rob me, and rape me for half a block.
- Tuesday, Oct 29
I didn’t leave my apartment. I was too sick. Both physically and mentally.
- Wednesday, Oct 30; crossing S. Capitol St SW to N St SE
A guy leans too close into my face and mumbles something while grinning.
- Thursday, Oct 31
Same cross walk, different direction a group of men are yelling cat calls and making demeaning remarks.
Emphases by CASS.
Submitted 11/1/13 by “A.”
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