Description or Abstract
It’s not about revealing clothes, attitude or appearance, women are sexually harassed even they are properly covered. In the past few years, Egypt’s streets haven’t been the most welcoming place for women, as they get sexually harassed in every possible way. Raising awareness and encouraging people who are sexually harassed to speak up should be the norm to cope with it and realize they are not alone.
sexual harassment, egypt, women's rights, metoo, men, cairo, Me too, street
Journalism & Mass Communication Department
Kim Fox,Mazhar, Mariam,AbdelNabi, Refan
El Shafie, Mohamed,Mohie, Yomna,El Nahas, Noha
3 p.; 0:04:32
Ewida, Farida, "Who's at fault?" (2017). Audiovisual Projects. 56.