Hoping for an india where everyone can choose, to be, to live, to laugh and to love freely. Where little girls and little boys are raised to be good humans. Where people respect people and women are treated like people. #INeverAskForIt #independence #freedom @BlankNoise— Urvashi Gulia (@urvster) August 15, 2018
Let's dream of an India where freedom is not for a select few but for everyone; where our Dalit sisters can be just as #AkeliAwaaraAzaad as any of us; where #AzaadiDay would mean freedom from patriarchal corruption in politics, finance, public and private spaces #INeverAskForIt https://t.co/iBPNH0Oh0a— Noopur (@NoopurTiwari) August 15, 2018
A week long event was planned to collect stories of solidarity from women for #INeverAskForIt and #IWillGoOut. Teachers and students contributed powerful stories of reclaiming public spaces and everyday struggles of being a women who deal with victim blaming attitude. pic.twitter.com/HcsxfkGPIh— NIS Service & Action (@NIS_ServAction) March 8, 2018
“Campaigns like this firmly put the blame back on the perpetrators" - #INeverAskForIt campaign by @blanknoise highlights the street harassment women face. Our 2018 Womanity Award is focused on creating safe urban environments for women https://t.co/1xQQPNeLu3— Womanity.org (@forWomanity) January 22, 2018
The #INeverAskForIt project is remarkable. Well done to the artist who collects clothes of sex assault victims. #MeToo @womensmarch @RefugeCharity @BiancaJagger @Bonn1eGreer @emmyzen @marieclaireuk @MichelleObama @jasmeenpatheja https://t.co/kN54Mhdehk— AvengingSpaceAngel #StopBrexit (@spaceangel1964) December 28, 2017
➡️📖🆕 #DIVAWProject 🌆🇮🇳🇬🇧Recommended read: 'How a #woman can feel #safe and own her #city' by Priya Ramani for @livemint | @scoopit @safetipinDOTcom @Blanknoise @girlsatdhabas #safecity #smartcity #VAW #ICT #urban #INeverAskForIt #WhyLoiter https://t.co/YKHegppJgw— Disconnected Infrastructures & VAW 🌆 (@Infrastruct_VAW) December 18, 2017
a pink/white floral dress.— Lady Bara 👑 🏳️🌈 (@sailorsuzyq) January 30, 2017
I wore it on the train afterwards.
It still had blood on it.
My ex helped me burn it.