Month: October 2013

Turning the Tables on Street Harassment : Kitty Kat Kalling

Check out this video where two women turn the tables on street harassment, Holla’ing at men on the street.  Katie, one of the writers of the video, says: “We wanted to turn the tables and see how men would feel if we “holla-ed” at them! Our parody pulls from real life experience and we hope … Continued

Week In Our Shoes: #Harassmentis Edition

Hello Hollabackers! This week Hollaback! was featured by Awkward Inquiries, The Examiner, Athens News, and Athens Ohio Today. Hollaback! launched “Harassment Is: An exploration of identity and street harassment” as a part of our #HarassmentIs campaign, alongside our “harassment-is” tumblr page, for people to post photos or vlogs of what “harassment is” and expand the … Continued

HOLLA ON THE GO: Bike by harassment

When I was walking down the street to get some groceries, one of the three bicycling brats screamed at my ear and rest of then laughed at me as they passed by. [got_back]

Jill’s Story: “He ruined that show for me”

I went to Warped Tour in 2010 wearing shorts and a tank top (because it was July and super-hot out!) and I was incredibly excited to see Sum 41 perform. During their performance, I was enjoying the music, jumping up and down, hands in the air, singing along when I heard a low, growling voice … Continued

Hollaback!’s #HarassmentIs Media Advisory

HOLLABACK! LAUNCHES #HARASSMENTIS: AN EXPLORATION OF IDENTITY AND STREET HARASSMENT The guide, tumblr, tweetup, and chalkwalk seek to fill a gap in the global conversation about street harassment. NEW YORK CITY, NY. Today Hollaback! releases their newest publication, “#HarassmentIs: an exploration of identity and street harassment” to inspire a broader understanding of how identity can … Continued