It’s no secret that we live in dangerous times.
Today, children can’t go to the park or walk to school without parents worrying every second. Women can’t commute home from work without worrying about what could happen to them alone in the dark. Back in the ’70s, however, people could exist more freely. Even hitchhiking, something we’d never do today, was common practice. In that era, woman’s independence was also a hot-button topic as feminism quickly spread across the nation. Despite that, some men chose to denounce these advancements in gender equality. The story of Colleen Stan is proof that…