Afterwards someone made a flippant comment that I should try to sell as many as possible whilst Trump is still in power, but sadly it’s only become ever more apparent that Trump is far from the only man who regards women as second class citizens whose role is to serve them and their various needs. Not too long after, Harvey Weinstein and the true prevalence of sexual harassment in the workplace and beyond was finally exposed. This was hardly news to us. But it did finally make the news.Only yesterday I was walking home from the park with my children skipping about me and a van with two men slowly drove past, staring. It wasn’t a great feeling but I did my best to ignore it. Then as I approached the corner of my street I was confronted by those same men, who’d pulled up on the pavement and were shouting to get my attention. My children were oblivious and I directed them down our street without looking back. When I finally did turn around they were pulling away and on with their journey. It later occurred to me how unusual and how normal this type of experience is for most women.. But what happened is not ok. This kind of behaviour needs to stop. I feel confident things are changing. If I was wearing my T-shirt that day would I have reacted differently? As others have reported it certainly makes me feel stronger when I wear it. By being vocal and visible about our attitude we are creating an environment that shouts. We won’t accept this anymore.