The three young women behind Oii My Size have been interviewed on Radio 4 about their award-winning work.

Appearing on the current affairs programme "Broadcasting House" last Sunday, Savannah Ali, Sanna Sodki and Shanice George, discuss a range of issues, from chat-up lines to sexting to actor Emma Watson's gender equality speech.

“It was an exciting experience," says Savannah. "It felt like an opportunity to really get our message out there to inform young people that they have support and can be involved in the solution. We feel we are making a difference now.”

Oii My Size lead campaigners: (L-R) Sana Sodki, Savannah Ali and Shanice George

Sana added: "The discussion around sexting and inequality should just be limited to women and girls, everyone should be involved, we can’t make progress otherwise.”

The programme is available on iPlayer: Listen from 33 mins in.

About Oii My Size

The website addresses the intimidating and unacceptable manner in which some young men communicate with young women, both in person and online.

It also aims to highlight the dangers, consequences and legalities of "sexting" and sharing sexual content online. 

Other features include:

  • "What-if" scenarios about sending and sharing intimate photos (known as "sexting")
  • Advice for "boys, when you start chatting to a girl"
  • A short film featuring young people in a difficult situation
  • Videos inviting votes on chat-up lines