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June 13, 2017

A man followed me home and…

Last night, a man just followed me from the bus to my home, knocked on the door and asked me out. Even after I'd explained how unacceptable this was he continued and told me his name - Michael.
London
June 8, 2017

‚ÄúThis kind of incident happens to…

Walking back from Natwest in Stockwell, London, I was leered at, honked at, and catcalled at by three vehicles one after another that passed me by. One man leaned out of his window, looked me in the eye and aggressively gesticulated what he wanted me to do to him, and I shouted at him to leave me alone. I cried on the walk back to my office and burst into…
June 8, 2017

Woman singled out at Lewisham station

I was in platform 3 when a young woman was walking past. As she approached I heard a young man's voice shout "urgh, she's ugly" and he was pointing to her from platform 4. I asked her if she knew him (ashamedly, I thought it might be two friends fooling around) and she said no. I stepped to the edge of platform 3 and shouted at him to stop, that…

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Hollaback London Collective action meet up!

Come along to the second Hollaback London Collective meeting – an action meet up! HB Ldn’s been working to combat street harassment since 2010 and we expanded into a collective in 2016 to make sure we can have even bigger impact than ever before. This Action meet up is an informal meeting and way for … Continued

Statement of Support for Pagan Lilley Motlagh-Phillps

Yesterday the Evening Standard shared with London the story Pagan Lilley Motlagh-Phillps. The telling of her powerful story is so important and we commend this paper for telling it – more importantly we want to acknowledge Pagan’s strength in speaking out. Her experience of harassment reminds us to respect survivors and their survival mechanisms. So … Continued

Statement in Support of SRENow

Last month, The Everyday Sexism Project and the End Violence Against Women Coalition launched their #SRENow campaign, and Hollaback London would like to state our full support for their call to make Sex and Relationships Education compulsory in all schools. We believe every child deserves simple, clear information about their rights, consent, and healthy relationships. … Continued