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Multiple Gen Xers told me that, when discussing this subject with their moms, the older women expressed not outrage but rather an eye-rolling exasperation at younger gals’ failure to learn early on how to deftly deflect unwanted male attention.
After the Sydney premiere of Pitch Perfect 3 in November, Rose again drew unwanted attention.
Feiner subjected her to a stream of unwanted attention over several months.
To avoid unwanted attention, leave revealing clothes at home and bring looser, longer pieces in neutral colors or shades of black.
Gray said that after the 1987 assault, the music professor began to lavish him with unwanted attention.
Letting others know your house will be empty could be enough to attract unwanted attention, so be careful about broadcasting your travel plans.
Harassment is unwanted attention, which is much harder to define.
This perk got unwanted attention recently when Pence flew to Indianapolis for a Colts game, only to leave after the national anthem when some of the San Francisco 49ers knelt.
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