It's not That Grey.

What do all stories of sexual harassment have in common, and what can they teach us?

What is it about.

We have broken down and analysed hundreds of stories of sexual harassment, and came to a conclusion: women*’s collective history of violence and trauma can be turned into tools to navigate this patriarchal world.

“It’s Not That Grey” deconstructs the so-called “grey zone” of sexual harassment by giving concrete tools to identify, bust myths around it and fight harassment. It’s a practical guide navigating the twilight of harassment.

Why we need it.

We live in a world where the vast majority of women* will be the target of harassment, sexual assault or rape at some point in their lives.  With our “Red Flag System“, we help potential targets and bystanders of harassment to identify early instances of sexual harassment, and change society for the better.

This guide is a hands-on training, it is challenging the status-quo and it wants to change the world.

Our Authors.

Sara Hassan (they/them) is an interdisciplinary author, educator, and speaker. Currently a Fulbright researcher at NYU’s Experimental Humanities, they have been working internationally as moderator, organiser, and anti-discrimination advocate. Since 2019, they have been educating and consulting various organizations and communities on the issue of power abuse and sexual harassment through interactive trainings, workshops, and lectures. Find their work here:

Juliette Sanchez-Lambert is a feminist unicorn who cares about human rights for all. She deals with her anger at this patriarchal world by building empowering workshops and trainings.

I want to read it.

You can download the English and German version of the guide here for free:

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The best way to read is to print it out first, so you can try out the Red Flag System by yourself or with a friend with the stories provided in the guide.

Further readings.

Learning Good Consent: On Healthy Relationships and Survivor Support by Cindy Crab

This guide is an ongoing project that we are expanding online. 

You can anonymously submit your stories here, which we will analyze and process in case studies to reflect as many realities and stories of harassment as possible. 

While we refrain from approaching people directly in order not to retraumatize anyone, we want to encourage those whose stories are often not heard – women of color, women with disabilities, pupils, elder women, women with children, trans women and non binary people . . .

Your stories have value and we will work on them with care.


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