Don't you have a father? A brother? A son?
A Whole Other Ballgame. It is not that difficult. Empathy, that is. All you need is to feel for the person who is injured, hurt, or violated, or molested and terrorized. But somehow not all men are behind the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements and voice their support for women who have had to face abuse of power by men. But I am assuming not all of these men are molesters themselves. So why aren't they in support? In order to invoke this feeling of revolt in men a lot of women say
Take Me Out to the Met
It was a different time. I was a kid. In a city, in a good neighborhood, in a country where university students, or rather the whole youth in the cities were rebelling. A kind of reign of terror was what was felt. Communism was the enemy and the fear of its arrival was very strong, yet all facets of lives were controlled. The currency was not convertible. You weren't allowed to own US Dollars or any other currency, and you just hid them. Imports and exports were very difficul