Story, verbal

HOLLA ON THE GO: “Ay, ay, ay, mami”

10/13/14. Mid 20s man was walking about an arms distance away from me behind me on a not crowded street, plenty of room to walk around me saying, “ay, ay, ay, mami” over and over. I felt really gross knowing he was leering at my ass like a piece of meat.

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Story, verbal

HOLLA On The Go: “He Could Have Been Old Enough to Be My Father. “

10/11/14. 6:30pm. Walking into my work, a man maybe late 40s early 50s who was maybe a construction worker (he was getting into his truck on the street) which was a very busy tourist street in manhattan, called me sexy and beautiful. I was wearing jeans a top with a blazer and scarf with flat ankle boots. I just rolled my eyes at him. I am petite and look young. He could have been old enough to be my father. Disgusting.

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nonverbal harassment, Story, verbal

HOLLA On The Go: “Scared It Would Escalate”

A few blocks from my apt, a man probably in his 60s in a wheelchair being pushed by another man maybe in his 40s. The man in the wheelchair started calling me sexy and beautiful and told me to smile. I told him to shut up. The man pushing laughed. A few blocks later a younger man maybe late 20s early 30s started hissing at me and calling me sexy. Without looking I flipped him off. He laughed hysterically and did it more. Scared it would escalate.

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8+

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groping, Story

“It is absolutely NOT okay to touch a stranger on the street. “

I was taking my dog for a walk around this block this morning at 7:00AM. Street was quite empty, and was before daylight. Out of nowhere, a complete stranger approached me from behind, touched my waist, and said, “Excuse me.” He then walked past me and turned around to get a good look at who he had just touched. It is absolutely NOT okay to touch a stranger on the street. If somebody is in your way, either say ‘Excuse me” without touching them or getting too close or walk around them.

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11+

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Story, verbal, youth

HOLLA On The Go: “I just wish I wasn’t living in this kind of world.”

I was walking my dog by 189th st park in Washington Heights and a boy about middle school or high school yells at a cop “Fxck you and I raped that girl AND her dog”. I flipped him the bird. But I just wish I wasn’t living in this kind of world.

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9+

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Story, verbal

HOLLA On The Go: “I wanted to go home. Alone. Without some creep inviting himself to follow me around.”

Guy started talking to me and told me my dress was pretty. Then wanted to know if I like scallion pancakes. Then pointed out a restaurant where I could get such pancakes. I have not yet said anything to him so he asks me how my day is and I say alright and turn into the train station and he says oh you’re taking the train? I was going to walk with you. It’s night. I wanted to go home. Alone. Without some creep inviting himself to follow me around.

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10+

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stalking, Story, verbal

HOLLA On The Go: Mimicking My Every Move

Was waiting outside of the Winthrop station entrance (manhattan bound). When I ignored his advances, he became threatening and vulgar. Followed me when I tried to avoid him, mimicking my every move, inches from my face.

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8+

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stalking, Story, verbal

HOLLA On The Go: I Called 911 and Filed a Complaint.

Left my apartment building with two other women friends at 10:30 PM on September 26th and proceeded to get cat called by a man. I shouted for him to fuck off and he called me a racist bitch. Later that night I came home at 2:15 AM and after entering my apartment building the door locked behind me and he rushed the door, banging on it and calling me a bitch. I called 911 and filed a complaint.

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8+

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Story, verbal

HOLLA On The Go: I’m not a ‘that’

1. Man leans out his car window to yell at me as I’m on my way to work.

“OH. That is nice.”

Being referred to as ‘that’. I don’t have the right words to describe how disgusting this felt. I was too stunned to yell back and shame him. I wish I had.

2. On my way back to work with my lunch: “send me a postcard baby.” I turned around and asked him “why? Why would you say that?”

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6+

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Story, verbal

HOLLA On The Go: An Unsolicited Opinion

“Have a great day at work, beautiful.”

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9+

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