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Streets, nightclubs, at home: There are no safe spaces left for women


by Kate Demolder
17th Nov 2021

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Needle spiking, taxi assaults, the shadow pandemic of domestic abuse – How are women supposed to feel safe?

The abduction, rape and murder of Sarah Everard while she walked through Clapham, south London, at 9pm on 3 March 2021, propelled the backing track of fear that the modern woman relentlessly experiences in public spaces. Social media imploded, rightfully, by way of timelines fit to burst with women distressed and worn by Sarah’s disappearance, backed up by a knowing feeling that it could have been them. Men have been kind. They’ve asked what they...

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