Are You Shouting Back? Interview with Everyday Sexism’s Laura Bates

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Adibah Iqbal interviews the one and only Laura Bates, creator of the ‘Everyday Sexism‘ project.

In this podcast we discuss:

  • why she thought it was important to create the ‘Everyday Sexism’ project
  • her views on why some women feel that catcalling is a compliment
  • and how you can share your own experience of Everyday Sexism

As usual, I want to hear from you, tweet me @rifemag with your opinions on street harassment.

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