I did it because, even though being “disruptive” is against my nature, I felt that sitting there and saying nothing, or leaving quietly, would have been against my values as a person and as a woman.
So says the woman who stood up for herself — and women — by telling comedian Daniel Tosh that ‘rape jokes are never funny’.
I admire her for standing up and saying something, even though she says herself that she’s not naturally ‘disruptive’. The fact is, she stood up. She said something.
In all the debate that’s followed, her one action has shown how one person can ignite debate, change people’s thinking and make people think about their actions or — perhaps even more importantly — their inaction.
The woman tells her story on a Tumblr account called Cookies for Breakfast: “Rape jokes are never funny”
Huffington Post article about the incident.