From being told to "smile" by a stranger to being wolf-whistled at on your way to work, here's how victims of street harassment can seek help.
The model is further explaining the sexual harassment allegations she made towards Guess co-founder Paul Marciano, saying, “I’m not going to let him intimidate me anymore.”
I have 21 visible tattoos and counting. Guess what. I'm still not here for your unwarranted comments, gestures, or, worse, touches.
Women over the age of 55 class certain actions as 'flattering' rather than sexual harassment.
A video of a woman arguing with a man in a coffee shop has gone viral after she posted the exchange on Facebook. “I was just literally on my computer, minding my business, and I look up and see a guy with a camera pointing at me,” Asma Elhuni told Creative Loafing. Elhuni says that the man, who calls himself Rob in the video, took a picture of her.
After reports of two women being groped by male travellers in the past couple of weeks, Air India has decided to launch ‘women only’ seats. From 18 January, six economy class seats will be sold only to female travellers. There are a lot of female passengers who travel alone with us and we will be blocking a few seats for them,” Air India’s general manager Meenakshi Mali commented.
A Sydney man is facing up to three years in jail after allegedly posting a series of offensive comments online about a woman whose Tinder dating profile went viral.
Barely a day passes when Sarah Spain and Julie DiCaro don’t receive vile online threats of sexual assault, harassment and even rape. The video stars off with the men reading out some more light-hearted jibes, but the tweets quickly become much more hurtful and the men, who hadn’t seen the tweets beforehand, struggle to read out the insults, with some looking on the verge of tears.
A double glazing salesman from Bristol has been handed a harassment warning after reportedly plaguing a customer (pictured above) with as many as 33 calls a day. Wayne Donnelly said he first came across the Safestyle salesman in January when he
A court has ordered a couple in the Lake District to pay their neighbours £196,000 in damages and £400,000 in court costs, after a vicious campaign of harassment, assault and slander. The victims faced years of their neighbours throwing rubbish
Charlie Vernon, a TV presenter on the Jewellery Maker show on the Gems TV channel, was sacked after a viewer complained that she seemed to be gesturing with her middle finger during the programme. On the face of it, this seems pretty shocking,
Elizabeth Cowhig, a 22-year-old former call centre employee (now living in Ormskirk in Lancashire), has won £13,000 in damages from a former employer in Liverpool. She claimed her manager made a number of sexual advances, and after she spurned