Here are some of the big stories from this month!
Global: Apps that let women say #MeToo about street harassment.
Street harassment in Melbourne, Australia.
Politicians in France continue to consider making street harassment a fine-able offense.
In Paris (France) there is a new policy of “on demand bus stops” to help reduce harassment.
Rema Rajeshwari is a female superintendent of police in India working to stop sexual violence.
In Indonesia, a woman’s video of a man assaulting her on the street went viral and became the country’s most high-profile “Me Too” movement.
A woman in New Zealand fought a man who groped her at a concert.
Pakistani artist Shehzil Malik creates graphics on feminist topics, including street harassment.
Scotland is considering making misogyny (including street harassment) a hate crime.
Promundo released research about sexual abuse by men in Mexico, UK and USA.
A woman in the UK helped another woman who was facing harassment.
The number of sexual assaults committed by taxi or private hire drivers is on the rise in the UK.
Recy Taylor, a U.S. Civil Rights hero who fought for justice after white men harassed and raped her in 1944, died.
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