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Thursday, December 17, 2009

Male Allies Survey Results are In!

Thanks to all of our male allies who took the survey. The results are here.

  • 95% of men thought that having a woman in their life tell them about street harassment was an effective form of education.
  • 87% thought that messaging that indicated that women "they care about experience street harassment" was effective.
  • 82% of men surveyed said they would be willing to intervene is they saw a woman being harassed or assaulted.
  • 81% said they had seen a women being harassed before and 63% said they had intervened on behalf of a woman one or more times.