Kahlecia Brooks is not a fan of strange, older men approaching her and wants guys to show respect.
I’m on my cell phone, having an important conversation while standing near my house, when some random guy walks up and says, “What’s up shawty. You looking good in those tight jeans.” I was like, “huh?” Don’t get me wrong, the guy was fine as ever, but he was four times my age! Then, a few days later, I was just sitting outside my house, minding my own business, when one of my guy friends walked up with a couple of his guy friends. I didn’t expect anything but a regular old conversation. Instead, each one of the guys I didn’t know started saying thins like, “What’s your number” and “I’ll cook for you.” I didn’t even like that type of attention. Usually, I hang around males anyway, but solely because I feel like drama awaits when you are hanging with females. But when strange guys approach me, I think that is really creepy. It’s also annoying when guys that look like they could be my grandfather try to talk to me. I wish that all of these fellows could recognize that I don’t like it and respect me — and then maybe I would actually like to talk to them. Otherwise, it’s just freaky, crazy and nerve racking to experience this mischief.