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Criminalise public sexual harassment in UK, charities say – The Guardian

A fifth of girls and women aged between 14 and 21 experienced street harassment during spring lockdown, poll finds



Girls rights groups are calling for public sexual harassment to be criminalised in the UK after research suggested more than half of young women and girls were harassed on the street during the summer.
A fifth (19%) of young women and girls aged between 14 and 21 experienced being catcalled, followed, groped, flashed or upskirted during the spring lockdown, according to polling by childrens charity Plan International and campaign group Our Streets Now.
This rose to 51% during the summer as coronavirus…

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