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Parkwood
November 23, 2018

Stalked

Two men in a late seventies model camaro car drove past me first on the street I lived on, then again on the neighboring street, a third time on a cross street, where I hid behind a telephone pole and yard fence. I could hear the car on another nearby street. When they passed me a fourth time, I called 911. They stopped their car and began to back up.…
Lower Queen Anne
November 18, 2018

Streamline Tavern- QA

This is actually my second post in a row, since I just got harassed twice on my walk home from the grocery store. I hate that sunny days in Seattle bring out the worse in people... just wanted to go to the store and back in peace and enjoy the nice weather. Anyway, I was passing the Streamline Tavern in lower Queen Anne, and I walked by two men standing…
Lower Queen Anne
November 18, 2018

Metropolitan Market- QA

I was walking home from the grocery store at the intersection of Warren Ave and Roy St. in lower Queen Anne, and I started hearing, "hey! Hey you! How you doing!" behind me/to my left. At first I didn't realize they were talking to me, and then I finally turned around. It was a male and female couple crossing the street toward me, but it was the man yelling at…

News

Light Rail: Harassed & Stalked

I used to take the light rail and bus in Seattle to get to work. There wasn’t a day that I didn’t experience catcalling. One time a guy followed me in his car from the light rail station all the way to my apartment. That wasn’t even the crazy part either. That particular day I … Continued

Queen Anne CVS- bus stop

At my usual morning bus stop, I saw a man leer at me out of the corner of my eye and thought I heard him say something to me. Once I was farther away I looked back and saw him staring. Another man was also there with him. Fast forward a couple minutes and the … Continued

Leave My Ass Alone

There is a homeless shelter very close to where live that I pass by every day. Often, I get leers and comments about my body from the men hanging around outside of it as I pass. Today, one of them said, “damn, look at that ass” and I decided I’d had enough. I’d previously held … Continued