Disabled woman and non-binary person survey

A research project is looking for contributions from disabled woman and non-binary people who have experienced non-consensual touching from strangers in public places

Are you a disabled woman or non-binary person who has experienced non-consensual touching in a public place?

Have you been grabbed; pushed; tapped; pulled or forcibly ‘helped’?

Have you experienced intrusive behaviour or questions from strangers?
If so, and you are 18 or over, then please consider submitting your story to this research project.

A research project at the University of Sussex is looking for contributions from disabled women and non-binary people who have experienced non-consensual touching from strangers in public spaces. These might be the unwanted ‘helping hand’ of a stranger who touches you. They might be gentle or more forceful in nature. They might escalate when you respond and end in hostility.

The common theme is that they often involve some form of physical touch and they are non-consensual. Say as much or as little as you wish.

You can use your own name or a pseudonym.

Either leave your story as a comment (which will be anonymised) or email it directly to: h.mason-bish@sussex.ac.uk

Go to: https://privateplacespublicspaces.blog/ and click on the ‘Sharing Your Story’ menu above to leave a comment.