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East Harlem
April 20, 2017

Hey Sexy White Girl

Called sexy white girl as I turned the corner near IHOP. I Yelled back: that's sexual harassment! He just laughed at me.
Downtown Brooklyn
April 7, 2017

“I was just shocked that in…

I was on the train rushing to a performance at 11 this morning. I was reading a book and eating a sandwich on the train, and this man started talking at me, calling me beautiful and saying the vulgar things he wanted to do to me. I ignored him at first, but it started getting way too personal so I asked him to stop. This only caused it to escalate,…
Gramercy Park
March 30, 2017

My Engagement Ring Shouldn’t Be Armor

I was only walking about 6 blocks from the 6th Ave L train stop to a restaurant on Greenwich Ave to meet some friends. In the span of those six blocks, I was hit on by a total of five different men. One was in a group, and there was another that followed me two blocks. This was ACTUAL catcalling, not simply saying "hello". Very in my face and some…


Bystander Intervention Training Webinar

In the wake of the 2016 presidential election, you’ve come forward to tell us about how the rise in harassment and violence in the U.S. is impacting you on And yet we have also heard from you a desire to rise up, speak out, and intervene when you see harassment happening. That’s why we’re … Continued

Week in our shoes

Hey Hollas! It’s been a week of action and recovery here at HQ, and we’ve shifted into high gear to respond and react to our new political climate. Election Day was over a week ago but its effects still linger, and we’ve been moving forward as best we can with some wonderful partner organizations along … Continued