Tech stalwart Anil Dash did something revolutionary with his Twitter feed in 2013: he only retweeted women for one year. (With the exception of Prince, but, I mean, it’s Prince and he is the international representative for THE LADIES, so I understand.)
Up until very recently ("recently" as in Monday), New York City was one of several large cities with a stop-and-frisk law — a policy in which "a person [could be] temporarily detained on the street against his or her will for the purposes questioning" by police. Stop-and-Frisk has been legal in NYC for the past 11…
New York City police officers aren't taught how to "stop-and-frisk" women differently from men. They say gender is blind when it comes to street stops, but the women in question don't feel the same way.