Share your story

If you are thinking about sharing your story with the Revolt community, you can start the process through the secure form below.

Please feel free to share your story however you wish, in any format that speaks to you – whether it’s through a snapchat video, written testimony, or something different – art, illustrations, social media ideas; just let us know what and how you wish to share and we will do our best to make that happen.

Be assured that filling in the form below doesn’t automatically publish your testimony to the website, far from it – we will always contact you after receiving a communication, to make sure you understand and are completely comfortable with the process before anything is published, to make sure you know us personally and trust us with your story, to suggest any edits or tweaks for your protection, and of course you can change your mind about any thing and at any time.

We believe speaking out should be empowering, completely unique to you and as anonymous as you wish. If you have any questions or would like to discuss anything in more detail before submitting, please contact our founder Hannah on We are always here.

Your name will not be published anywhere and will remain strictly confidential. You can of course use an alias.
Your email will also not be published anywhere and will remain strictly confidential, however it must be a valid email address. It will only be used by us to contact you in relation to this submission.
Please note you must be or have been a student at a university in the United Kingdom.
1. Consent

1.1. In submitting this content, I hereby confirm that I consent to contribute to Revolt Sexual Assault and any of its affiliates, agents, assignees or licensees (the "Organisation"), and that I am aware that my submissions will be recorded in writing, images, on tape or film for the purpose of inclusion, in whole or in part, in the work of the Organisation (the "Campaign").

1.2. My consent includes, but is not limited to:

1.2.1. Permission to publish, film, photograph, tape, or otherwise make any written, video, audio or visual reproductions of me, and where relevant to record my image and voice subject to any visual and vocal obscuration I choose to use at the time of recording;

1.2.2. Permission to use, reproduce, edit, exhibit, display, broadcast, distribute and create derivative works of my submissions, or excerpts of thereof, in whole or in part, for any purpose in the Campaign and for any purpose in connection with the Campaign, as the Organisation in its absolute discretion thinks fit; and

1.2.3. Permission for my submissions to subsequently be used in any number of media, including but not limited to; newspapers, magazines and other print media; television; radio; and electronic media including but not limited to social media and the Internet, for any purpose in the Campaign or in connection with the Campaign, as the Organisation in its absolute discretion thinks fit.

1.3. I understand that editing of my submissions may be required for inclusion the Campaign, for purposes including but not limited to quality, communication, privacy, data protection and technical purposes. I hereby release, defend, indemnify and hold harmless the Organisation from any blurring, alteration, omission, optical illusion or use in composite form that may occur or result from editing my submissions.

1.4. I grant this consent without expectation of compensation or any other remuneration, now or in the future.

2. Copyright and ownership rights

2.1. I assign to the Organisation all rights of copyright and ownership over the content of my submissions for the duration of the life of the copyright.

2.2. I hereby waive all moral rights of my submissions to which I might be entitled in any country. I therefore understand that I do not own any copyright nor have any rights of ownership, moral rights or any other claim over the content of my submissions.

2.3. I will not make any claim in relation to privacy, defamation or passing off in relation to any uses of my submissions within the scope of this consent.

3. Privacy and data protection

3.1. I agree to waive my right to anonymity of victims in the Sexual Offences (Amendment) Act 1992, amended by the Youth Justice and Criminal Evidence Act 1999.

3.2. I understand that subject to any detail, visual and vocal obscuration I choose to use at the time of writing or recording, my submissions will be identified anonymously unless I specifically agree for my name to be used, but that text may suggest where I go to University.

3.3. I understand that the Organisation will keep all the content of my submissions and use them for such period as the Organisation in its absolute discretion considers appropriate, and will subsequently move them into its content archive for posterity.

3.4. The personal data collected on this form will be held securely and will only be used for administrative purposes.

4. Confirmation and warranties

4.1. I warrant that nothing said or implied by me in my submissions shall infringe the copyright or any other rights of any third party, or be defamatory or infringe the right of privacy of any third party, and I agree to indemnify the Organisation against any costs, claims, demands or expenses arising out of any breach or claimed breach of this warranty.

4.2. I hereby confirm I am 18 years of age or older and I am competent to contract in my own name.

4.3. I have read this document before signing below, and I fully understand its contents, meaning and impact.

4.4. This document is binding on me, my heirs, executors, administrators and assignees.