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Is staring sexual harassment?

Noeline Blackwell, CEO of the Dublin Rape Crisis Centre and other listeners joined Andrea on Lunchtime Live to discuss...

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13.44 11 Mar 2022


Is staring sexual harassment?


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Commuters in London have been warned that staring is sexual harassment.  

New posters have started appearing in stations across the English capital as part of a Transport for London campaign highlighting “common examples of sexual harassment” – including cat calling, exposing, pressing, cyber-flashing, upskirting and touching.  

Also on the list is “staring”, with one poster telling travellers: “Intrusive staring of a sexual nature is sexual harassment and is not tolerated.” Is staring sexual harassment?

Noeline Blackwell, CEO of the Dublin Rape Crisis Centre and other listeners joined Andrea on Lunchtime Live to discuss...

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