Meet the worm of Wall Street. A sleazy, suit-clad man defiled a bronze statue of a young girl meant to signify feminine power a day after International Women's Day. A photo of the man, who is seen pretending to hump the "Fearless Girl" statue recently installed near the charging bull, is going viral. Architectural designer Alexis Kaloyanides snapped the picture Thursday night — a day after International Women's Day — and posted it to Facebook and Instagram, sparking a storm of indignation and furious comments. Douchebags like this are why we need feminism. The statue, a defiant-looking girl with her arms akimbo, was installed Tuesday by asset management company State Street Global Advisers, as part of its new campaign to push companies to add more women to their boards. De Blasio retweeted his wife's comment and added a comment of his own: "This is rape culture. Almost as if out of central casting, some Wall Street finance broseph appeared and started humping the statue while his I hope this gets seen by his boss and his a-- gets fired.
Its footprint has been erased and work has begun on a new building in its place. Investigators never established the cause of the enormous fire that ripped through the home in the spring of But to this day, Melinda Coleman suspects it was started deliberately, a parting shot from a community that wanted to see her family crumble. They had hoped to make new and better memories than those the town of Albany now held. Instead, they found themselves at the center of a sexual assault case that shocked the nation. Now the families devastated by the case that became shorthand for rape culture and victim blaming have spoken exclusively to DailyMail. Daisy Coleman, 19, who is currently a student at Missouri Valley College, was verbally abused online after she was raped and even had her house in Maryville, Missouri burned down under mysterious circumstances.
IT'S meant to be a symbol of trust and honour - yet for Mary DeMuth, the sight of a Boy Scouts uniform sends a sharp, sickening pain through her stomach. She was just five when she says she was repeatedly raped by two teenage American Boy Scouts, who brutally violated her in woodland and even passed her around their pals. Mary, then barely out of nursery, claims the boys abused her five afternoons a week, after knocking on her babysitter's door and innocently asking: "Can Mary come out and play? They would take her to a ravine and even one of their homes - where, she says, they'd rape her in a bunk bed while the boy's mum baked chocolate chip cookies in the kitchen. Often, the teen boy's scoutmaster father would also be home - and Mary has no doubt he was aware of what was unfolding behind the doors of his son's bedroom in Seattle, Washington.