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July 21, 2015

New submisdion from Freya

I was walking home from work and a drunk man thought it was acceptable to spray his deodorant all over me. I felt violated and sick from the smell. He was disrespectful and didn't care that I was a human being in public space.
July 21, 2015

New Submission

I was walking to the shops and I was about to cross the road and a car came out of no where and nearly hit me. I stopped and then as the car left a man shouted out the window 'hey sexy'. Not only was he not watching the road but he then catcalled me.
March 26, 2015

New submission from phone app

A builder near a school shouts vile abuse to every woman , including pregnant women or women with their children. He stands outside shouting abuse even to the point that women are scared to walk past him and go out of their way to walk down other streets in the area.


Hollaback! & POW: Nott Content

With International Women’s Day on Sunday we started celebrations last night with an incredible evening gathered in the old fruit and veg warehouse that is JT Soar with an eclectic mix of five fantastic all female acts. Marita Metelia was first up with an acoustic set of love with Dive Deep and to many nights … Continued

Womens Views on News: ‘Welcome Hollaback! to Nottingham’

Imagine a world where street harassment is not tolerated, where we all enjoy equal access to public spaces. Hollaback! is a movement set up to end street harassment. It is powered by a network of local activists around the world. The idea is that the groups work together to better understand street harassment, to ignite … Continued