Storified by The Stream · Wed, Oct 26 2011 22:00:04
Relying on blog posts, Twitter, and Facebook, netizens have taken to the internet to ward off sexually harassing predators. Armed with the hashtag #EndSH, users have begun to share their personal stories.
The movement has been fueled by Qawemeharassment, a website that offers a blog forum to victims of sexual harassment.
The site administrators are crowdsoucing harassment reports through a Google map.
These posts include accounts of harassment women have faced on the streets.
Users have also posted stories of work-related harassment.
Posters have even featured pictures of aggressors.
Qawemeharassment offers tips on how to handle situations involving sexual harassment.
The site also features videos that depict some of the different situations in which someone can find themselves a victim of sexual harassment.
The movement started in Lebanon, and organisers are reaching out to Egyptians in hopes of greater participation across the Middle East.
Activists have launched a Facebook page in support of the #endSH cause.
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