RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Architect and urban planner from Minas Gerais, Priscila Gama, 36 years old, has always been dissatisfied with the lack of safety and freedom of people, especially women, to move around in Brazilian cities.

"We were raised early to be afraid to walk alone in the street at night, but it shouldn't be like that," she says.

This perception, and the #MeuPrimeiroAssédio (#MyFirst Harassment) campaign, in 2015, of the Think Olga website - which encouraged women to expose reports of Subscribe to our Premium Membership Plan. Already Subscribed? Login Here