Street Harassment

Would Classifying Street Harassment As A Hate Crime Solve Our Problem Or Create A Bigger One?

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Last week Nottinghamshire Police took a monumental step when they became the first country in the UK to recognize misogyny as a hate crime. According to a news release on the declaration, the categorization will apply to a range of incidents reported to the police: “Misogyny...

Y’all Notice Men Been Catcalling and Street Harassing Less? I Have!

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Remember those conversations we were having some time ago about street harassment and catcalling? You know, the one where we repeatedly told men: “Stop catcalling and harassing women in the streets!” And they responded: “Why women got a problem with us saying ‘hi’.” And we...

Men React to Their Girlfriends Getting Catcalled

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Cosmopolitan recently produced a video to show just how it feels to be a woman getting catcalled and made the boyfriends of the women in the video watch it. From one man telling a woman that his strip club is hiring, to another man calling a...

Hollaback Street Harassment Video Gets a Revision From Excluded Women of Color

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The video showing Shoshana Roberts, a young Jewish woman, walking the streets of NYC in broad daylight and being pestered by mostly Black and Latino men has so far been viewed by up to 30 million people. Those impressive numbers also revealed the general consensus,...

Should There Be Laws Against Street Harassment? The New York Times Weighs In

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It seems that people, or mainstream news outlets rather are finally taking notice of the problem that is street harassment. The New York Times recently made it a discussion topic for their Room for Debate feature. The question: ‘Do We Need a Law Against Catcalling?’ There were...