Recently Shared Stories

“I could still feel it a few hours after”

Was walking to the grocery store today, in the early afternoon, and a guy came on his bicycle behind me and slapped my ass. I was so furious I shouted “what the f” from the top of my lungs. It was so forceful I could still feel it a few hours afterwards. What on earth … 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

“I want people to know it’s not ok”

A few years ago I decided to go to a popular festivity with friends, and as I walked through the crowd I was stalked and groped. I was so scared and feel so unprotected, I remember I wanted to cry in that moment. I want people to know that it’s not ok to grab someone … Continued

“Oh Come on Love, Let us Enjoy the View”

Two men in a white van made kissy noises at me while I rode past the van. When I told them to get lost one said, ‘oh come on love let us enjoy the view while we are stuck in traffic”. I yelled some more and said I  was going to report this sexual harassment. … Continued

“He kept looking at me”

Last Tuesday evening around 6:30 on the 16 bus a man sitting in the seat behind me put his head close to behind my right shoulder to observe what I was searching on my phone. He then stood up and kept looking at me. I told him not to observe where I am travelling to … Continued

“Why do I have to Put up With This”

Two guys who speak stared at me when I walk up the footpath to Gunnersbury station. This is a regular occurrence at 7:30am in the morning. Today they blocked my path, made lewd gestures and said something I couldn’t understand. Thankfully, another man saw this happening and stopped to check I was okay. I am … Continued

“I want people to know”

Waiting on a bus at Elephant and Castle a teenager ran past and punched me on the backside – assuming I was just in his way I didn’t think much of it until I walked to the approaching bus at another stand and I saw the same boy walking to my right, hide behind the … Continued