Wall Street man mimes sex with Fearless Girl statue and proves why we can’t have nice things

  • Here is a charming allegory for what women are up against: A photo has gone viral of a finance bro humping the Fearless Girl statue recently installed on Wall Street as a symbol of female leadership. 


Sunset and evening commute, New York City


While everyone watched Comey, The House voted to kill Wall Street reform and the Senate made moves to fast-track the AHCA

  • While former FBI Director James Comey’s Thursday testimony blanketed the news congressional Republicans quietly moved forward some of their major agenda items.
  • The House debated the Financial Choice Act — a bill that would kill many of the Wall Street regulations created following the 2008 financial crisis.
  • The House ultimately passed the bill along party lines Thursday afternoon, sending it to the Senate.
  • And Senate Republicans have moved closer to coming up with a health care bill they say will make good on their promise to “repeal and replace Obamacare.” Read more (6/8/17)

She can stay! (At least until February 2018.)

A statue of a young girl that has been staring down New York City’s iconic Wall Street bull sculpture since the eve of International Women’s Day is not going anywhere — at least for another year.

The four-foot “Fearless Girl” statue was installed in front of the bronze “Charging Bull” in time for International Women’s Day earlier this month as a way of calling attention to the gender pay gap and lack of gender diversity on corporate boards in the financial sector, the Wall-Street firm that installed the popular statue has said.

Now the statue, which depicts a pony-tailed girl in a dress defiantly looking up at the bull, will remain at her post until February 2018, New York politicians announced at a press conference on Monday. It was set to be removed on April 2.

Above: Mayor De Blasio, who is 6′ 5″, poses with the statue as the announcement is made Monday. (Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

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