Illinois Women In Cannabis, a not-for-profit comprised of professional and entrepreneurial women in Illinois who are interested in the cannabis industry, announced it will be hosting ten networking events throughout Illinois in September and October.
Most of us are familiar with the stereotype of a woman walking down a street, minding her own business, only to find herself the object of whistles, comments, and other forms of harassment by male construction workers and/or various other men she encounters. Maybe you've seen it here in Rockford.
A friend shared the video below with me this morning. In his note, he said he thought of me when he saw it, especially because I have both a wife and a daughter (he's single, no kids).
He knew we had just remodeled the bathroom that my wife and daughter share, and he knew that I had commented on the plethora of "things" I found that confused and perplexed me during the clean-out of the a
Natalie O'Neill of the New York Post had a piece up yesterday that has garnered a lot of interest, and a lot of arguing.
In the article, headlined "Woman harassed 108 times in 10 hours on NYC streets," we get a look at what happens when volunteer Shoshana Roberts takes a long, long walk around Manhattan...