With a rise in sex crimes in 2013, amid the Jimmy Saville scandals, news detailing a lone male intruder into Portuguese holiday apartments, and this week a ten year old boy is in court accused of raping his school mate in Primary School after watching online porn – do you wonder how we can protect a generation swamped in sexualised imagery, with easy access to porn, and who are drowning in their own critical self-doubt about how they should look and portray themselves both online and off?
Ban Facebook for under 18’s for a start I say.
I fell upon this beautiful video created to portray the simple yet inspiring work carried out by Brooklyn-based artist Tatyana Fazlalizadeh on the streets of New York.
Fazlalizadeh talks to women about sexual harassment on the streets, how it makes them feel and what they would like to say in response to the men who belittle and demorailse these women on a daily basis.
Take a look and see for yourself…