Bawal ang bastos! It took a while but finally, the “Safe Streets and Public Spaces Act” has lapsed into law on April 21 after President Rodrigo Duterte did not act on a bicameral conference committee report ratified in February 2019. Ivannee Bongosia writes about why the law should have been considered urgent because our public spaces are not safe.
The streets of big cities like Metro Manila are busy and bustling, and they bear witness to the ugly truth that Filipino women who walk through them experience harassment on a daily basis. Streets are not safe for women regardless of what they are wearing.
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