Category: Verbal

I DIDN’T WANT YOU ANYWAY YOU STUCK UP BITCH!

I never thought I’d experience this kind of harassment. I was walking on 34th and this guy riding his bike towards me stopped short right in front me. “Damn, you’re mad cute! You’re looking real good today!” I kept walking, hoping to pass him and he got on his bike, turned around and was riding … Continued

“Entertain Me”

On July 4 I stopped at this gas station to buy snacks. I was wearing shorts and a blouse and had my 6 year old daughter with me. The gas station attendant looked me up and down and said “Entertain me.” Everyone in line as well as my daughter could hear. It was creepy and … Continued

Harassment at Walmart Checkout

I use self check because I have PTSD. A group of 4 men stood in front of my register while I rang up my groceries (they were not in line or carrying any groceries) and made sexual comments about me to each other. When I didn’t look up they said to each other they guessed … Continued

“I just wish that he understood that it wasn’t okay.”

I was walking home with my step sister and this guy started saying stuff about my boobs to his friend. It made me feel really uncomfortable. I just tried to walk away faster, and I think his friend told him to drop it. I’m still feeling really confused about it and a little anxious. I … Continued

They asked if I was OK. I said no

Turning into avenue orban walking to the swimming pool a man started gesturing to me. I kept walking headphones in. He caught up and got very close to me, telling me I was pretty. I kept walking but he followed, still trying to talk to me about the way I looked. He began getting annoyed … Continued

Corner store harassment

It was almost 9 pm and my daughter and I ran out of milk. I decided to walk to the store that’s around the corner from my place to get some milk, as I’m walking back, a man in a white sedan slows down and asks me if i need a ride, he was holding … Continued

Shaken up at the train

Late in the evening after seeing a play I was walking outside of the train station, arms crossed over my chest because of the cold and hurrying to catch a bus. A pair of drunken tourist men in their twenties were hanging around the 711. One jumped out in front of me, invading my personal … Continued