Category: The Movement

Privilege Denying Dude weighs in on street harassment

(UPDATE: We used to have a picture here of our very favorite privileged white dude, but then we got told we were violating copyright. Who knew memes had copyright? Anyway, it said “Men shout sexual things to you as you walk down the street? I’d love it if women did that to me!”) If you … Continued

SPOILER ALERT: Dozens of women come forward within hours after NYT reporter publishes details of her own hollaback!

In a follow up to her “New Phone Apps Aim to Combat Harassment” article published in the NYT on Monday, reporter and now HollaHERO Karen Zraick publishes her own personal hollaback in today’s City Room blog. As if we couldn’t have guessed, within hours, there are 47 comments all containing one, two, three, and sometimes … Continued

Meet Anna from HollabackFRANCE!

Anna is just one of the people who are planning to start Hollabacks in their own communities. Help support their work by starting a page, setting a goal, and asking your friends to donate at my.ihollaback.org. We’ll be introducing you to more of the Hollaback leaders over the coming weeks. Stay tuned, and THANK YOU … Continued

If only there had been a Hollaback…

  She could have holla’ed back! To make sure the world can keep holla’ing back, join our campaign at my.ihollaback.org. We unfortunately can’t travel back in time to help our predecessors in the fight against street harassment, but we can improve things for our sisters and our children today and tomorrow. Start a discussion—ask your … Continued

LOVE mail

From time to time we get hate mail, but most of the time we just get love mail. Here’s a great piece of love mail we thought you’d appreciate: I don’t believe there are a great deal of men capable of making cat calls (most of us have at least some kind of impulse control)– … Continued