Think Pink [Taxi]: Can Segregation Solve Egypt’s Harassment Problem?

6000by Eleni Maria Rozali

Gender binaries are ingrained from the moment people are born: blue is for boys and pink for girls.

Therefore, segregation usually starts from the moment that mum starts decorating the nursery as well.

Then, there are girls’ films – boys’ films, girls’ toys – boys’ toys, and the list goes on and on. Society imposes this segregation in more ways than we are willing to admit.

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Hollaback! and Research about Street Harassment

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by Laura Saxer

Hollaback! [1] is a movement against sexual street harassment operating on glocal levels: it is spread globally while powered by local activists in urban places. Its mission is to better understand street harassment and to develop innovative strategies to ensure equal access to public spaces.

Hollaback! wants to end street harassment by employing mobile technology.

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