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April Grace shared her story through a Facebook post that has gone viral.
Catcalling and other forms of street harassment happen every day, in every corner of the world. Protection against these crimes are slowly being established, but there is still the fear of what could happen if we choose to fight back. True, it'
The bill was approved on Monday, January 14, 2019.
On Monday, January 14, 2019, the House of Representatives approved House Bill (HB) 8794, criminalizing all forms of street harassment. HB 8794 also known as the Safe Street, Public and Online Spaces Act encompasses "gender-based street, public spaces, and online" sexual
'He kept beckoning to me to get in, saying, 'Tara na.''
Recently, a video that aims to illustrate how rampant harassment is for women who are out in Manila at night has been making the rounds on social media. Created by, the video depicts a social experiment in which a
A response to unwanted comments and unsolicited dick pics.
No woman ever likes being harassed or catcalled. We're not even sure who came up with the justification that catcalling is a compliment-it's not-and women are using sarcasm and social media to shine a light on how ridiculous
Find out what society needs to do to stop it.
Facebook posts and tweets on catcalling in recent months have brought this behavior to public consciousness. Although catcalling is still a long way from becoming socially unacceptable, people are slowly realizing that the acts of hooting, wolf-whistling, and leering at passing