She likes beer and sports and hanging with the guys. She might flirt with someone’s boyfriend and she definitely wore Converses to her prom. She’s simply not like other girls. She’s what’s known as a Pick-Me, and the internet loves to hate her.
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Each International Women’s Day, photos of smiling women appear in a steady stream on social media alongside testimonials from brands eager to show their support for gender equality.
This week, however, the stream was disrupted by a Twitter account that spat back pay gap data of companies, schools and nonprofits.
Eilish particularly criticised the way pornography can depict women's bodies and sexual experiences.
"I didn't understand why that was a bad thing - I thought it was how you learned how to have sex," Eilish said about watching, adding her mother was "horrified" when she told her.
"I was an advocate and I thought I was one of the guys and would talk about it and think I was really cool for not having a problem with it and not seeing why it was bad."
The singer-songwriter said she believed viewing the content while so young had "destroyed" her brain and caused her to suffer nightmares.
Eilish said it is a "real problem" that porn could skewer wider understandings of what is normal during sex, including around consent.
Every day girls are contacted online by adults who try to manipulate or groom and sexually exploit them. Girls, just like you and your friends.
Tell someone you trust.
A busker who says she was assaulted by a passer-by as she performed on TikTok describes her livestream as like having a "personal bodyguard".
Mia Kirkland, 17, received thousands of messages of support after she posted a video of a man approaching her in York city centre.
60 second film is a great introduction to the That Guy campaign and what we mean when we talk about male sexual entitlement.