This week, a viral video depicting a white woman walking the streets of New York and enduring 100 occurrences of street harassment reignited a long debate about the need for cultural reforms on the issue.
I'm really tired of men, particularly men of color, using racism as an excuse for sexism. The idea that because we have this myth of the black male rapist and the myth of black male criminality we can't have a real conversation about how not just white women but women of color are frequently harassed as they go about their daily lives should be part of the conversation.
Kimberly Foster is the founder and editor of For Harriet. Email or Follow @KimberlyNFoster