More than 41 million hits – on the video, and on girls and women. Let's end this.
10 Hours Walking in NYC as a Woman
Dedicated to fighting street harassment, Hollaback! has empowered people in over 79 cities and 26 countries internationally to respond through a smartphone/web application. Users are encouraged to speak up when they see harassment by quickly documenting it in a short post (photo optional) and sharing it to a publicly viewable map. - See more at: http://www.ihollaback.org/street-harassment/#sthash.MNtSaMWx.dpuf
The sexualization of girls is a violence that is generally accepted as part of growing up, as if growing up being bullied were acceptable. It is not.
Stop Sexualizing Girls
This is the moment a BBC reporter was heckled by men as she reported about sexual harassment. The footage, uploaded to Facebook by BBC Radio Nottingham, show Sarah Teale filming a piece to camera outside the Nottingham Conference Centre. Sitting on a wall, she says: "An online study found a shocking ninety five per cent of people said they had been harassed, either jeered at or had obscenities shouted at them in the street.
Reporter sexually harassed
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