Share. Heal. Support.

Welcome to the site for victims of sexual harassment, obscene online impersonation and video voyeurism.

About Us

Who We Are

WAVV is an organization that was built on the belief that victims of these horrific crimes should be able to come forward -- whether it was inflicted by a male or female predator -- without the fear of judgement and vindictive consequences.

Our Mission

Our goal is to provide a safe and secure  environment to discuss these crimes that are egregious, humiliating and punishable by law.  Sexual abuse happens in too many forms and the latest – due to social media – entails painful, permanent emotional exposure. Once on the web, you can’t do anything about it. You can’t delete it or try to explain it away and it will affect you for the rest of your life. All it takes is a single photo or video to be sent to one person without your knowledge. They forward it to their friends and then those people pass it on to others. And so on and so on ...

Our Founder

The founder of WAVV, Jeanne Souders, is the author of the novel, Soul Thieves, which is partially based on her experiences with video voyeurism and vulgar online impersonations on Facebook. It will be available this winter on Amazon. The main reason for the novel and WAVV is to let those who have gone through similar situations realize that they are not alone and should be empowered to speak up for themselves.The more we share, the more we heal. No one deserves to be humiliated at the hands of reckless individuals who have no conscience or morals. We encourage you to tell your story and if you do, you just might console another person who is unable or too uncomfortable to come forward.

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Drop us a line!

Feel free to contact us during normal business hours with any comments, questions or if you'd like to share your story about sexual harassment, online impersonation or video voyeurism in a safe and strictly confidential environment.


We are also open to aligning with similar organizations and participating at speaking events and conferences.

Women Against Video Voyeurism

Chicago, IL

1.504.495.6988

Hours

Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm

Saturday: By appointment

Sunday: Closed