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Viral Catcalling Video Sparks Debate

Last week, the anti-street harassment organization Hollaback released a video showing a woman being catcalled more than 100 times in a ten-hour period as she walked through the streets of New York City. 634 more words

Buzz

Follow-up to Hollaback's Harassment Hysteria

My previous post regarded a 2-minute video that went viral depicting a woman being “harassed” on the streets of New York City with crude comments such as  1,093 more words

The Patriarchal Origins of Rob Bliss's Street Harassment Video

The recent viral video on street harassment by the activist group Hollaback! speaks for itself as a testament to the fact that the issue deserves more attention from the mainstream media than it has previously received. 720 more words

Essays

Catcalling Video in NY city: Why White people are edited out?

Catcalling Video in NY city: White people edited out?

On Tuesday, Slate and everyone else posted a video of a woman who is harassed more than 100 times by men as she walks around New York City for 10 hours. 681 more words

Adonis49

Feminism: Full-fat or lite?

To say that feminism has been ‘hitting the headlines’ would be misguided at best, and clickbaiting at worst. However, it would be fair to say that some of the par for the course bullshit that women have to put up with is beginning to trickle through to international news outlets and broadcasted in a format that is digestible for the masses. 666 more words

Social Issues

Street Harassment Isn't Something to be "Thankful" For

More and more videos depicting the kind of harassment women are subjected to on a daily basis are appearing on the interweebz, and this one is by far one of the best. 415 more words

Feminism & Equality

Making the cause visible: Hollaback!

You’ve probably seen this already:

That’s what going viral means (15 million views!).

The video truncates a day’s worth of unwelcome comments on the street into a tight and disturbing two minutes.  396 more words