Saturday, October 14, 2006

Making it easier to spot the idiots

If you know the name Tom Leykis, you know the name of a sexist asshole. Leykis, the radio host who is disturbingly popular with young men, often has idiotic recurring bits on his show and one of the most awful ones is "Flash Friday" where men are encouraged to drive during the daytime (on a given Friday, of course) and/or have a sign on their vehicle that says "Flash Friday" or "Leykis 101." Female listeners/fans of the show are then encouraged by Mr. Leykis to flash whoever displays their Leykis fan membership. Today while driving on I5 South to work, I saw this guy in his truck with the sign prominently displayed in the rear. Sorry for the crappy cell-phone camera quality, but I can assure you that it does indeed say "Flash Friday." - Luke

Perv with a camera cell-phone

So I Was Sitting In An Excercise Sport Science Class At OSU And Was Just Sitting There When This Kid Next To Me Decided To Pull Out His Cell Phone And Take A Picture Of This Girls Butt And Underwear That Was Exposed Because She Was Bending Over. I Can't Believe This Would Happen Right In Front Of Me And No One Said Anything While He Was Showing His Friend Next To Him What He JustDid....HORRIBLE!! - Via email

Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Hollaback Press

Hollaback Seattle* and Hollaback NYC mentioned in a recent Seattle Times column.

Check it out here.

At the time of the column's writing, Hollaback Pacific Northwest was not officially launched. And as an FYI, Hollaback Seattle is only staying online to redirect to HBPNW.

- Luke

Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Grand Opening

Hollaback Pacific Northwest is now up and running!

Send in your stories and pics of street harassment to hollabackpnw[at]gmail[dot]com and if you see an offensive sexist, homophobic t-shirt at the mall, on the street or on the web, send it on in as well!

Also, don't forget to check out some of the links on the sidebar which may answer some questions you may have about "Hollaback" as well as some other great blogs across the world.