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Oxford
March 9, 2017

“So angry and frustrated!”

I've just been catcalled by a man and felt as awkward and helpless as every time it happens. Knowing that all my learning on gender discrimination and harassment hasn't helped me to come up with the perfect reply isn't what I call a self-esteem boost. So angry and frustrated!
Oxford
March 8, 2017

Iara’s story: “I felt so vulnerable…

Harassed by men in cars, vans etc for a period of two months. It happened daily while the roundabout was closed so I had to get off the bus early and walk. Even in day light and with clothing showing no flesh. I felt so vulnerable that I stopped going out after 8pm.
Oxford
March 8, 2017

Iara’s story: Catcalled

Catcalled by men setting up for the farmers market on a Saturday afternoon.

News

5 reasons we should share our stories

Harassment in public spaces is all too common, as 90% of British women report that their first experience of harassment occurred before they were 171, however victims very rarely speak out about it. So check out these 5 reasons why we should start telling our stories! 1)      To feel catharsis: Being heard feels good, and … Continued

5 reasons women stay silent on harassment

Street harassment is all too common. It can take many awful forms and its impact can be diverse and devastating. However victims of street harassment often are not able to share these experiences, and we have compiled a list of 5 key issues which can hold people back from speaking out.   Escalation or later … Continued

The importance of online ‘safe spaces’

What we mean by ‘safe space’ is simply a place that enables people to share their experiences, when they may otherwise be silenced. They are cast as the enemy of free speech. But the truth is that they are an important tool for empowering minorities and marginalized groups. The UK is unfortunately still dominated by … Continued