Sexual Harassment

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Women tell us all the ways they’re changing their daily routines to stay ‘safe’ on the streets

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Morgan Cormack
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    This documentary on music’s #MeToo moment is horrifying yet essential viewing

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    Workouts

    “I’m over being sexualised for working out”

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    This London feminist festival line-up will feature Emily Ratajkowski and Laura Bates

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Politics

The government has launched a consultation on street safety – and it wants to hear your experiences

The Department for Transport is looking for women and girls to share their stories.

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Lauren Geall
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The Morning Show Season 2: Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon return
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Jennifer Aniston just dropped a tantalising new trailer for The Morning Show on Insta

Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon are returning to our screens in September for a second season of the hit Apple TV series.

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Kayleigh Dray
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News

Intimidated, violated and humiliated: the reality of women’s cyberflashing stories

And why people are calling for it to be criminalised.

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Hollie Richardson
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How the narrative “you’ll never work again” prevents women from speaking out about sexual harassment
Life

“You’ll never work again”: how 3 women dealt with being threatened by a powerful man at work

“To speak out is risky, both emotionally and professionally.”

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Anita Ghosh
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Robyn Vinter
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“My heart was pounding”: women share their experiences of kerb crawling as MPs block ban

The Policing Bill going through Parliament could have criminalised the “absolutely frightening” act of kerb crawling

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Long Reads

“We have the right to be free from fear”: what will actually keep women safe in public spaces?

From education to criminal justice reform, experts share their ideas for making women safer on the streets.

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Moya Crockett
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People

AOC on surviving sexual assault, trauma and the “tactics of abusers”

She has shared her story on Instagram.

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Hollie Richardson
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Relationships

How to identify toxic behaviours early on in any relationship

Abuse can be so subtle at first that over time you may realise you’ve had your autonomy taken away from you but can’t quite identify why or when it started.

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Stylist Team
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Life

Ever been leered at or harassed on the Tube? This new site makes it easy to report

"We want to provide a safe, friendly space of catharsis and to build up a picture of what is happening to women on the Tube.”

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Megan Murray
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Books

“Fighting for justice is hard enough when you experience sexism on the job”

A young barrister writes about her experience with sexual harassment at work.

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Alexandra Wilson
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Ashley Judd
People

Ashley Judd finally wins appeal to pursue sexual harassment claim against Harvey Weinstein

It comes four months after Weinstein was sentenced for multiple other charges,

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Hollie Richardson
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Kayleigh Dray
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To all the women who didn’t dare believe Weinstein would go to jail

We thought justice was impossible. We were wrong.

Kate Beckinsale
People

The response to Kate Beckinsale’s Weinstein story is victim-blaming, plain and simple

Let’s call it what it is.

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Hannah-Rose Yee
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Long Reads

The proof that sexual abusers in the workplace will finally get their day of reckoning

The Harvey Weinstein verdict is just the start.

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Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu
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People

Women for Women International offers hope as a lifeline initiative

Meet Stylist’s new official charity partner

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Kate Leahy
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Susan Fowler took on Uber.
Life

Meet the woman who took on a multibillion-dollar company over sexual harassment

Susan Fowler called out Uber’s culture of sexism.

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Susan Fowler
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Aimee, Maeve and Otis in Sex Education Season Two.
Life

Why those bus scenes in Sex Education season 2 are so important

Sex Education isn’t a show to shy away from difficult subjects – and the latest season proves it.

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Lauren Geall
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Rosena Allin-Khan
People

Labour deputy candidate Rosena Allin-Khan speaks out about dealing with workplace harassment

The now MP dealt with workplace sexual harassment during her time as an NHS doctor.

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Lauren Geall
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Anna Brech
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Young women still don’t feel safe in Britain’s public spaces, and it’s not OK

Street harassment and a sense of underlying fear are pervasive, according to a new report.

Life

A woman is suing an airline after one of its employees stole her number, stalked and harassed her

Her empowering reaction is the silver lining.

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Megan Murray
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