Tag: verbal harassment

“I said no”

Today was my first time to finish at 11pm. I was wearing a pair of red pants, a black t shirt and a black blazer, not even wearing makeup. I walked to the bus stop at Waterloo station, in front of KCL, and waited for the bus. Then a guy came and asked me if … Continued

“I felt so tiny in that moment”

Today I learned the word ‘gunt’. I’m not entirely sure what it means, but I heard it from the chefs who work in the canteen I serve at. They were sitting in the corner of the room, cackling and whispering to each other while I wiped down the tables. I could only hear snippets of … Continued

Police Intervention

The house next door to my flat were having renovation work done to the interior and exterior of the property, which meant there were many different contractors on and off site throughout the time, all of which could not resist making comments. On one occasion on of the builders was sitting on the wall alongside … Continued

“The police came round and cautioned them”

There were builders working on a house next door to my flat and every time I walked passed they always had to make some sort of comment. One day I got fed up. One builder was sitting on a small wall and another was sitting on the pavement when they whistled at me. I stopped, … Continued

As he drove away I saw a baby on board sticker in his car

I was walking home after seeing some friends for dinner, it was relatively early and I was feeling really good. I’d had a lovely evening. And then as I was jamming away to my music this man curb crawled me, licked his lips, and said “beautiful”. I was just so angry at him for invading … Continued