Harassment

Companies should be liable for sexual harassment in the workplace

Companies should be liable if their employees are sexually harassed at work, says campaign group

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Sarah Shaffi
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Why does the world think it’s OK to slut-shame Megan Fox?

The actress said she doesn't want to share her #MeToo stories because she’s not seen as a sympathetic victim. It’s time for that perception to change

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Hannah-Rose Yee
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This former councillor wants to end online harassment for good

The former London councillor launched an advocacy group called Glitch, which tackles online abuse of women, after finding herself a target for trolls

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Hannah-Rose Yee
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People

How Amy Adams protected her stand-in from mistreatment on set

“You will not handle her like that.”

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Susan Devaney
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Life

Why are cheerleaders still being harassed and fat-shamed by the NFL?

One squad member alleges that her skin was duct-taped down because it "looked better"

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Megan Murray
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Kayleigh Dray
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“The men of Arrested Development need to check their f**king privilege”

Now the story of three wealthy men who were willing to excuse everything, and the disgusted fans who were forced to listen to their gaslighting

Life

"Stop 'tat-calling' women – our tattoos aren't for you"

A woman having tattoos doesn't mean she wants to be harassed

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Emily Reynolds
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Life

This is how the online abuse of women politicians is affecting our democracy

New research shows Theresa May gets three times as many comments on her appearance as Jeremy Corbyn.

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Moya Crockett
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Life

Emma Watson has teamed up with the BFI to combat bullying and harassment

"It is essential there's a shared understanding of respectful, inclusive working practices that enable everyone to succeed"

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Emily Reynolds
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People

Kate Winslet "regrets" working with certain "men of power"

"I can't keep to myself bitter regrets that I have about decisions to work with individuals with whom I wish I had not"

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Emily Reynolds
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Life

"Men exposed themselves to me once a week": Helen Mirren speaks out about harassment

"It’s not like you’re gonna go, ‘Oh my god, that’s the most beautiful thing I’ve ever seen.'"

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Emily Reynolds
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Life

Just Eat offer woman £10 compensation for unwanted messages from driver

Other women have also shared their experiences

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Emily Reynolds
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Anna Brech
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Girls "better than boys" at working together to solve problems

A global report shows girls shine at group collaboration

Life

Women targeted by online abuse suffer panic attacks and trouble sleeping

Amnesty poll reveals damaging fallout from online threats

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Anna Brech
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Life

“Allen, Weinstein, Richardson - is society waking up to sexual abuse?”

Women weren't silent, they were silenced. Now, things are finally starting to change.

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Susan Devaney
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Life

WhatConsentMeansToMe hashtag sparks vital conversation on Twitter

“No matter what I wear, no matter what you think – no means no”

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Anna Brech
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Life

The one brilliant thing this woman is doing to every man who catcalls

“It’s not a compliment”

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Susan Devaney
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Life

This woman’s post encourages others to call out sexual harassment

“He tilted his phone up... enough for me to see the picture of my ass”

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Amy Swales
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Life

Sexual assault survivor on why we must stop telling girls to be “nice”

"A stranger forced his hand up my skirt and I did nothing."

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Sarah Biddlecombe
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Megan Murray
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Instagram project reminds us to stay outraged over sexual harassment

It may happen every day, but that doesn’t mean we should put up with it

Life

More and more women are reporting being sexually assaulted on trains

But there could be an upside to new figures revealing the true scale of the problem

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Amy Swales
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