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UK could ban wolf whistling as part of new laws against street harassment
The UK Government strategy is set to be announced later today.
Opinion: 'I’ve never been whistled at while walking along a Dublin street'
We need a zero tolerance attitude for sexual harassment on our streets, writes Gary Gannon.
Every woman will relate to these infuriating (and hilarious) tweets about everyday sexism
Take a bow, #NoWomanEver.
Sons watched their mums getting catcalled... and they weren't impressed
“That’s just weird, they’re too young”.
This guy went on TV to defend catcalling. Here's what happened next...
Everyone’s talking about this interview segment.
New video features 10 hours of 'street harassment' of a man in NYC
“Hey powerful”.
Opinion: Street harassment influences how women experience the world
In terms of social geography, street harassment changes the way women experience and use public spaces – it is made smaller, it is limited.
We've been called sluts and bitches on the streets. Have you?
We’ve shared our stories – and would love to hear yours.
Column: Making lewd remarks to women on the street is not 'banter'
Vulgar comments, wolf-whistles, groping – almost every woman has been subject to this kind of unacceptable behaviour. It’s not ‘banter’ and it’s not complimentary, writes Mia Doering.
Column: Shouting ‘nice arse’ isn’t innocent, and we shouldn’t ignore it
Seemingly innocuous comments to women are part of a spectrum of harassment – and it’s time we did something about it, writes Jenny Dunne.