No matter who we are, where we're walking or what we're wearing, street harassment is never okay so if you see it happening to someone else, be the hero and make it stop.
Many people will see someone being bullied or harassed and not interfere because it's uncomfortable and no one else seems to think it's a big deal. Those of you who have been the receiver of negative attention know the feeling of wishing someone would step in and interfere on your behalf. This infographic by Hollaback has easy tips on how to save the day and stop harassment before it escalates and someone gets injured.
With simple solutions such as talking to the target or distracting the harasser, it's easier than most people think it is to stop street harassment.
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Segment: Neutral, 12-55
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