The Bristol Street Harassment Project Survey
The Bristol Street Harassment Project is a Bristol Zero Tolerance campaign looking at addressing and tackling the problem of street harassment in Bristol.
Please help us to gather evidence of street harassment around the city by telling us about your experiences, or those of others, to develop a picture of the problem so that we can work towards addressing it.
We define street harassment as any form of sexual or gender-based harassment in a public space, usually by a stranger.
The survey should take 10-15 mins to complete and can be completely anonymous if you wish.
Have you experienced street harassment in Bristol?
Are you responding on behalf of someone else?
If you are responding on behalf of someone else please answer the following questions as if you were them.
How often do you experience street harassment?
How old were you when you first experienced street harassment?
What types of street harassment do you experience?
Being smiled at
Someone says hello to you
Someone holds a door open for you
Someone offers to help you with a heavy bag
Someone offers/gives up their seat for you on public transport
Someone makes small talk with you (e.g. about the weather)
Being whistled at
Being called a pet name e.g. sweetheart, love, darling, babe
Being honked at by someone in a vehicle
Someone tried to get your attention/your number/asked for a date
Someone made a comment about your appearance
Someone made kissing or other noises at you
Someone leered or started at you excessively
Someone made a sexist comment about you
Someone made a racist comment about you
Someone made a disablist comment about you
Someone made a homophobic/biphobic/transphobic comment about you
Someone swore or made a rude hand gesture at you
Someone made a vulgar/sexual gesture at you
Someone made a sexually explicit comment to you
Someone flashed or mooned you
Someone masturbated in front of you
Someone followed you
Someone purposely blocked your path
Someone grabbed or touched you in a sexual way
Someone assaulted you
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