“Do you really think I owe you a response?”
What would you say if you could be honest with your catcallers?
These women captured exactly what’s on our minds when they shared their questions for the people who harass them in public. With just a few questions, they really get to the heart of why street harassment can be so degrading, pointless, and even threatening.
This shows some of the most harmful aspects of catcalling – how it’s acting on entitlement, it’s making us uncomfortable, and it’s certainly not a “compliment.”
Pass this on to spread the word on why street harassment is not okay.
The Editors at Everyday Feminism
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To learn more about this topic, check out:
- Why We Should Stop Saying Street Harassment Is a Compliment
- What Men Can Do To Stop Street Harassment
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