Originally published on Robot Hugs and cross-posted here with their permission.
Editors Note: Everyday Feminism recognizes that people of many different sexes, genders and gender expressions, including those who identify as women or femmefolk, experience street harassment, sexism, and verbal assault.
Want to learn more about Sexual Harassment and how to interrupt it? Please read the following Everyday Feminism articles:
- Why Street Harassment Sucks, and What We Can Do About It
- 7 Steps You Can Take To Address Street Harassment
- 5 Excuses for Street Harassment We Need To Stop Making…Now
- The Who, What, and Where of Workplace Sexual Harassment
- What Men Can Do To Stop Street Harassment
Robot Hugs is a webcomic that discusses identity, gender, and sexuality, explores depression and mental illness, and often includes cats. The creator lives in Toronto; they have a degree in Linguistics and a graduate degree in Information Studies. Specifically, they identify as a non-binary genderqueer peoplequeer mentally ill non-monogamous kinky critical feminist robot. Their hobbies include worrying, being concerned about things they can’t change, being angry, being uselessly angry, hiding from the world, and knitting. Follow Robot Hugs on Twitter @RobotHugsComic.