Every day, people record others screaming, fighting, and behaving badly in public and post the videos online. Should they have the right to post a video of a stranger? A criminal defense attorney says no. Hear why.
A woman says a stranger secretly filmed her while she was riding the subway in New York, made fun of her, and posted the video to TikTok. Hear how she responded and why she says it has caused a setback in her life.
A woman says she had an altercation at a restaurant with another woman, recorded it, and posted it on social media. She claims she did it to hold the woman accountable.
Should people be allowed to record others in public and post the videos on social media – often to embarrass the unsuspecting person? Lawyers weigh in.
A woman who was brutally attacked by a homeless ex-con after getting off a subway shares about the generosity she’s received since the attack. Plus, don’t miss the surprise her partner has for her.
A woman says she was brutally attacked in a subway station by a homeless ex-con. See video of the attack and hear how it has affected every part of her life.
A woman says she’s concerned for her 19-year-old daughter’s safety because of the way she dresses. Women weigh in and say it’s time to change the narrative about the way women dress – and it starts with teaching boys better.
A radio host says women dress too skimpily and it’s out of control. A wardrobe stylist and social media fashion influencer says women should be able to wear what they want and clothing is power for them.
A woman says after she posted a video on social media claiming she was denied entry to Disney World because of what she was wearing, she was “slut shamed” online and even received death threats.