Check out “Cat Calling”, a powerful video created by students from the University of Southern California. USC: Take Back the Night – “Cat Calling” from Hunter Elijah Bryce on Vimeo. USC students created “Cat Calling” as part of a Take Back the Week initiative to raise awareness and to protest against sexual violence. The “Cat Calling” video is … Continued
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Hollaback!’s Deputy Director, Debjani Roy, wrote an amazing op-ed in the Huffington Post last week discussing criminalization and street harassment. Check it out below! ** “When it comes to combating street harassment, increasing criminalization is not the answer. I have been working as an advocate to end gender-based violence for 10 years with a focus on … Continued
Support the HOLLA::Revolution Help young people around the world lead the way for the next generation to live without fear of harassment in public spaces. Why we care: Street harassment–ranging from comments like “You’d look good on me” to groping, flashing and assault–is a daily, global reality for many girls and women and fuels a cultural … Continued
I was at diavolos the other night and this guy came up and talked to a friend and I at the table we were at. He was super cool until my friends walked to the bar to get a drink. Then he started leaning in, asking me if I hook up. I said no. He … Continued
Safe I was in rush I was late for school I was wearing my beautiful new red heels I was in a hurry ,but I felt good I needed to catch that bus I crossed the street slowed down by the high school there were one or two guys hanging out in the yard … Continued
BY SAMUEL CARTER AND EMILY MAY EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the last installment in our Women’s History Month series of posts highlighing our living history. As our history is still in progress, we hope you’ll give us feedback so we can strengthen our work. These posts are also cross-posted on Feministing.com. Any advocacy nonprofit can … Continued
BY SAMUEL CARTER AND EMILY MAY EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the sixth installment in our Women’s History Month series of posts highlighing our living history. As our history is still in progress, we hope you’ll give us feedback so we can strengthen our work. The next post will be released tomorrow, stay tuned. These posts … Continued