By Rachel Moss
Experiencing unwanted sexual behaviour can sometimes feel like par for the course of being a woman, something most of us experience, something simply to put up with.
But Transport for London (TfL) and the police are urging people who experience any form of unwanted sexual behaviour, particularly on public transport, to report it. Because it’s only through reporting offenders that action can be taken against them.
Since the launch of’ Report It To Stop It’ in 2015, a campaign encouraging people to report anything that makes them feel uncomfortable, there’s been a 65 per cent increase in reports, resulting in 1,500 arrests.
But there’s still a long way to go, as HuffPost UK’s reporting on
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