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Woman Creeps on Men to Show Just How Awful Everyday Sexism Is

Is this how we get people to pay attention to everyday sexism?

It’s sometimes hard to get people to care about everyday sexism. In fact, women who complain about catcalls and completely random propositions are sometimes met with eye rolls instead of sympathy. So to get people to actually pay attention to how omnipresent and ridiculous casual sexism is, The Guardian sent female video producer Leah Green out in London to start preying on men. Because if that construction worker didn’t want to get told to stick his “arse” out, he shouldn’t have worn those form fitting jeans, right?

Green is replicating situations that women have reported to The Everyday Sexism Project, a blog that chronicles sexist moments women experience on a day to day basis.

[The Guardian]

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