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It was embarrassing because it was in front of everyone

I was walking home at about 5:30 and a guy looked me up and down when he walked past me and then yelled “you’re peng” to me. My stomach turned and I couldn’t even dare to look behind me to give him a glare. It was embarrassing because it was in front of everyone.

I felt humiliated

Today I was walking my dog when a man asked me for directions, I explained the directions to where he was trying to get to. He then went on to compliment me on my top, then asked me to repeat the instructions then made sexual advances on me. I walked off and he drove on. … Continued

He shouted “you’re lucky you know”

I was walking to the underground station with my earphones on. I saw this guy, perhaps mid 20s. I walk past, minding my own business. I keep walking, then I see someone walking beside me and looking at me. I take my earphones out. He says “excuse me, didn’t you see me trying to talk … Continued

He came up to me with no reason

Just minutes ago at the Queen of Hoxton bar. A guy comes in the queue in front of me without any reason and when I ask him to move back as there is a queue he told me to f*** off. I called in security, the guy refused to apologise or move back, security just … Continued

Leering

On the 29th September 2017, two men with Brent council high vis vests demanding attention from women as they walk past. This was happening on the corner of Queens Road and Kilburn high road.

“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