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Sexually Harassed? There's An App For That

Emily May's project, Hollaback — which targets those who sexually harass women on the street — is moving beyond a blog and into the 21st century, with an iPhone app.

Hollaback is a well-known blog — and by the end of June, an iPhone app — where women (and LGBT people) can take a picture of the person harassing them, write a quick story about it, and post it online.

Cat5127d ago

lmao... I used to wonder why guys did all that shouting and whistling, until the day I saw two girls actually respond and get in the car of the guys shouting at them. Apparently, it freaking *works*, if only 1/100000000000 times. I guess that success rate is enough to keep hope alive. ;)

Zeevious5127d ago (Edited 5127d ago )

There IS an app for that, but as is always the case with the eternal struggle of good-N-evil . . . it works both ways.

http://farm5.static.flickr....
http://farm5.static.flickr....

elcompa4255127d ago

It does workk... ;). Lol, on a serious note. Their parents must of never told them, not to trust strangers.

iforgotmylogin5127d ago

the world is becoming a bad place because of all this technology...
that's part of manhood talking to girls respectively. but some of them are just so full of themselves.

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