Online harassment often includes serious privacy violations. Women all over the world report having images stolen, sometimes photoshopped, and shared. This has led to a long list
of consequences for women
, including fear of physical violence, depression, ostracism, job loss and suicide, and it’s often referred to as “revenge porn,”
although it’s not always revenge and it’s never porn. It’s an act of violence.
Harassment is meant to silence us and push us out of public spaces. We have the right to digital spaces without fear of abuse. Tell your story and reclaim your space!
Have you experienced cyber harassment? Share your story on our interactive map
-related violence against women, which can help us understand the extent of the problem and implement solutions that work. This map is anonymous, so be sure not to include names or personal information.
Click on “SUBMIT A REPORT.”
Write about what you experienced or witnessed.
Enter your city in the location finder or click on a general location in your country (not your street address).
Check the appropriate category boxes and submit!
DECLARE YOUR RIGHT
Declare your right to be free from harassment in all the digital spaces you occupy.
Change your status message or email signature, or post a message on your wall as today's action. Declare it a zero tolerance zone for online harassment. Take a screenshot and share it with us.
Or write, draw, paint or film a message about your right to exist in online spaces without fear of harassment. Make demands, express how it feels to be threatened or suggest ways to end cyber harassment.
We won’t stand for online harassment. Demand change! Spread the word!