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Stroud Green
August 30, 2018

While I was Walking to Work

A guy outside a cab office shouted "I will f**k you so hard" while I was walking to work. I've used this cab service before, never again.
London
August 23, 2018

I no longer feel comfortable walking…

I was walking to the train station in a residential area in the middle of the day. I had my headphones in and noticed a car slowing down to keep pace with me. The driver of the car began catcalling me, and I continued to ignore him. When he asked if I spoke English, I said 'no,' and he replied, 'oh, yes you do.' I went to cross a street…
August 22, 2018

I am angry

I was walking near Highbury Fields on the way to a friend's apartment when a man began to follow me, shouting lewd comments. He sped up to catch up with me and invaded in my personal space, asking for my name and if I had a boyfriend and why I was 'being such a b***h' not responding to his aggressive advances. He followed me down the narrow side road leading…

News

Misogyny as a Hate Crime?

Today MPs will debate again on whether upskirting should be a crime – and in doing so they will also vote on a proposed amendment that would make misogyny an aggravating factor in these criminal cases in England and Wales; a move that would allow courts to consider misogyny when passing sentences. If approved,  some … Continued

Hollaback! London – 16 Days of Creative Action to Fight Harassment

HOLLABACK! LONDON 16 DAYS OF CREATIVE ACTION TO FIGHT SEXUAL HARASSMENT As part of the 16 days of action to end violence against women Hollaback! London will be sharing stories of sexual harassment in public spaces around London. To do this we have teamed up with a series of INCREDIBLE ARTISTS to transform the words … Continued

Hollaback London and Women Only Carriages

Last week we had a series of press requests about the comments made by Chris Williamson around women only carriages.  At Hollaback London we consequently feel it important that we respond to these comments, to ensure that the voices of those who share stories onto our site are heard. Tweeting on 22/08, Williamson noted that … Continued