1st May 2024

Purchase your Global Awareness Day Ribbon Pins HERE

*maximum quantity per order is 5


Henley Town Hall will be lighting up WHITE to mark our Awareness Day. Please encourage your town councils to do the same; thank you Henley for leading the way >>>

IMPORTANT NOTE. NotMyShame is a registered trademark for use with our online goods only. We are not selling our products anywhere else but here >>> www.notmyshame.global - therefore any other products selling NotMyShame merchandise do so illegally/ without permission and with no charitable donation. You have been warned!



On the 1st May 2024 the NotMyShame global movement will mark the power of authentic voices from around the world, turning the tables on the silence and shame of Child Sexual Abuse. We invite everyone to take part, making this a Global Awareness Day.

The day starts at 7am, making its way around the world...to finish 10pm GMT.

HUGE thank you to everyone who took part in our Global Rock Drop and out Winter Warmers (pay it forward) Day. We are thrilled with how the movement is reaching more survivors of CSA, and in doing so elevating conversations that need to be heard.

NotMyShame hashtag was created to support survivors of CSA, and to raise awareness of the heinous crime and the silence of the shame attached to victims. To get involved you just need to use the hashtag #NotMyShame and also tag @notmyshameuk (all our social media platforms use this handle). If you wanted to purchase any of our products, then we would be most grateful for your support - but we don't expect you to. The hashtag and support is very welcome. Donations, after costs, will go towards the work that charity Project 90/10 are doing to raise awareness, educate and protect children.
HUGE thank you to actor Charlie Lawson, UK and to actress Nadia Jamil, Pakistan for getting behind the movement and for standing with survivors of CSA, across the world. Having celebrities join the movement has been a huge step for us in being seen.
*Nadia also raised awareness of the NotMyShame campaign at the United Nations in 2023
Charlie joined Emma Jane on her No Shame Here podcast to share his 'why' for joining the movement, and becoming an ambassador click here >>> to listen
OUR PRODUCTS by our Founder, Emma Jane Taylor.
“I spent some time choosing suitable collaborations to work with on our clothing range and products. I’ve read many articles about our chosen products that share good insight into their corporate responsibility and of their ethos. Some of the products are 100% airlume cotton, making them lighter (thinner), but all made with great care, and of course more importantly 'sharing strong messages’. We do not return products because they are to thin, and hope you understand our ethical responsibility, as mentioned. Feedback is important, so do share your constructive notes, it helps us to continue the strength of this message/ campaign".
Working together, to protect and support the world.
PLEASE NOTE; we do not offer refunds on wrongly ordered items. But we will happily discuss this with you to see if we can find a compromise.


All donations are received with immense gratitude. Donations, after costs, are shared to our chosen charity, Project 90/10 to support everything they are doing to to reduce Child Sexual Abuse

News from around the world.

  • The Express Tribune, Pakistan >>>
  • Irelands Classis Hits Radio >>>
  • Metro newspaper, UK >>>
  • Henley Standard, UK >>>
  • BFP, UK >>>
  • YAHOO News, UK >>>


The #notmyshame slogan is a registered trademark and you would need permission to use this hashtag for any merchandise/online retail. Our products are currently only produced on white backgrounds....we have no affiliation to 'other' sites selling our products, these appear to be scams, they are NOT charitable and are operating illegally. We do NOT given consent or authorise these operations to manufacture or sell our products at their online outlets.

Where are we in the world? We are being seen in Australia, New Zealand, Dubai, America, Kenya, Pakistan, Germany, South Africa, Canada, United Kingdom.....

From Emma-Jane

I am proud to share Not My Shame, to empower survivors & turn up the volume on a very difficult conversation, that for the best part of my life has been kept in the dark. If you feel comfortable then I would love for you to use the hashtag #NotMyShame, and for those that want to, I would love for you to join me in wearing this range. However, I understand that not everyone will feel able to, and that is fine also, there is no right or wrong, we are all at different stages of our journey with these conversations, safety is important. No expectations - only that I hope you have found some strength and hope already by just seeing those 3 words 'Not My Shame'. It took me years to say them, I am now 51 and feeling strong enough to include them in my life and for them to have purpose.
On a personal note; I had no idea when I started this campaign that it would lead to global recognition so quickly. I really only shared the slogan to remind myself of the truth; NotMyShame. Whatever happens next, I am proud to be here and have made some amazing friends, if this all ended tomorrow I know it has left a positive dent in people's life, mine included.
If needed I created a HELP & SUPPORT page for anyone needing some extra help; take a look >>>
Thanks for stopping by today, keep truckin'!
Emma-Jane - do connect with me online and take watch of my recent interview on GB News with Charlie!
My interview with Nana Akua on GB News, with Charlie Lawson >
My website

Things to do:

COMPANY; coffee mornings in Bexhill, Deal, Kenya, USA

Safe space FB group

#globalrockdropday - DATES 2024 1st November, 1st May

Safe space FB group

Virtual meetings around world! Join our FB group for meeting dates

Safe space FB group

Winter Warmer Day. Time to reflect and support...

Safe space FB group


On the 1st May 2024 our NotMyShame global movement will mark the power of authentic voices from around the world, turning the tables on the silence and shame facing the world on the conversation of Child Sexual Abuse. Everyone invited to take part, marking this day, a Global Awareness Day for the conversation of child sexual abuse. We believe the many voices will impact the wider conversations and future of protecting children, and supporting survivors.

Every voice is welcome.

Please join our FACEBOOK group to find out how to get involved.


Journals, 2024

For those of you who like to journal, then please know we are now selling our notebooks.

Plain blank pages; £15


Thank you's

We share our grateful thanks to everyone supporting our campaign to help us reach the world, and in doing so, change conversations. Every survivor, ally, coffee shop, rock, group moderator/ admin...


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