Lafayette between Spring and Prince I’m sick of being harrassed. Love your site and what you’re doing for women everywhere. Really makes a difference. Submitted by Mary
Hi Holla Back, The incident I’m writing to you about happened a few months ago. I wish I had known about your site at the time- I just read about it today on Jezebel. After reading through many entries on your website I decided to write in and tell what happened to me. My story … Continued
The interview answers all the hard questions that it’s taken us five years to sort out: what is street harassment? What’s up with that anti-racism policy? What about the men? Check it out, here.
I was taking the D train at Coney Island with a friend of mine. We were sitting and chatting, waiting for the train to move. Suddenly a man in his late 50s or early 60s to mid 60s came on the train and sat right across from me and my friend. We didn’t take note … Continued
Something bizarre and scary happened to me yesterday. I’ve spoken to the police, but there’s nothing they can do. I feel like people need to know that this happened so that, if it happens again, perhaps they’ll think more quickly than me and someone can catch the person who hurt me. On Sunday, May 2, … Continued
We’ve come a long way, baby. We’ve come so far that it’s time for Hollaback to move from being a blog to a full fledged organization. You can get a sneak peak of our new site on ihollaback.org. You have the power to end street harassment, and it starts right here.
This is the eighth video in the “Why I Hollaback” series. “Why I Hollaback” tells the story of how and why folks decide to take the leap, speak up, and start Holla’ing back. We will release a new story every Monday and accept submissions from all over the world. So tell us your story — … Continued