Mapping Street Harassment

I turned in my book on street harassment to my editor on Friday. Phewww! Now I have time to do blog and website maintenance I’ve neglected the last few months.

To start, today I updated my Street Harassment Map webpage with stories from the blog contributors who indicated their location. Check it out (and please have patience and refresh your browser if the red pushpins do not show up at first) and note how widespread this problem is. It’s not just something that happens in cities like New York City or Washington, DC (and even if it were, it would still be a horrible).

Want your story added to the map? You can anonymously submit it using an online form.


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