Catcalling? We’ve had it

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Women are taking a social media stand against catcalling (aka getting yelled or whispered at on the street in a sexualized way). Ignorant people’s argument to catcalling? “It must be what you’re wearing,” they say.

Oh really?
On tumblr page “But What Was She Wearing: Stop the Catcall”, you can post pics of what you were wearing when someone catcalled you. Bottom line: it has little to with what we wear and everything to do with the fact we’re women.

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