Being an intimidating woman
The five-episode HBO docuseries depicts Williams at the start of the Australian Open as she learns that she’s pregnant and revolves around how Williams sees her life in her child.
A woman who has faced intense scrutiny her entire life knows that her daughter will face the same.
It’s equally powerful when Williams explains how her stitches tore, and she realized she needed a CAT scan to check for a possible pulmonary embolism, which she also suffered in 2011: “I was on my death bed at one point—quite literally.
Lawyers warned the move could have a “chilling” effect on free speech and said current legislation adequately covers threats and harassment.“First of all her physical presence is much stronger and bigger than you realize watching TV.She has thick arms and thick legs and is so intimidating and strong.Citing the online abuse suffered by MPs, journalists and commentators, Theresa May said “a tone of bitterness and aggression has entered into our public debate”.“While intimidation is already a crime, we will consult on making it an offence in electoral law to intimidate candidates and campaigners,” she said.