Last night, when she was running along our local canal, a man cycled up behind my wife and hit her very hard, then cycled off.
Now she has shared the below, I want to share her words about how it's made her feel.
It's not OK that these incidents have happened to her or others
This was an awful moment. On Monday I watched a BBC News report about a blind nine-year-old who acts as a teacher in the ruins of his school in Yemen, because all the adult teachers are dead or have fled. Maybe most Britons don't care but that doesn't mean it's not important. https://twitter.com/StewartWood/status/1367085970730995716
"He could have asked anything about the Coronavirus pandemic, instead he's consecrated his question entirely to the interests of the people of Yemen".
It's the greatest humanitarian crisis in our world! As PM putdowns of Opposition Leaders at #PMQs go, this is among the worst.
@drrachelhewitt @thembauk @NHM_London Yesterday a bunch of lads who looked the age of my oldest son (13) shouted at me on my run. Everywhere is "the haunts of men" and boys are in training.
@RebeccaSeal @drrachelhewitt In 2017 I was excito see that England got to the final of the Women's Cricket World Cup. Couldn't watch it though as not even highlights were shown on TV. They won. England are the current Women's Cricket World Cup holders. Where's the media coverage?
Ray Lankester, founder of @thembauk & director of @NHM_London, on women and street-harassment: 'women who object to being spoken to in the street' are 'comic'; 'if women really do wish to be left alone', they should 'avoid the haunts of men'. (He's later arrested for loitering).