By Christine Estima – J Source
Like most women, I’m no stranger to experiencing daily sexual harassment, whether it happens while I’m walking down a street or if I’ve been felt up in a public space like a streetcar. My signature response in those kinds of situations is to stand my ground and react in anger.
But I’m writing now about a different kind of experience that challenged my usual tenacity to call out BS when I see or experience it. It happened three years ago when the founder of Proud Boys, Gavin McInnes, implied to his drove of angry white male followers that I was a target.