If you're a woman in New York City then you probably endured countless catcalls walking down the streets. One woman is showing people what it is like to be faced with constant harassment.
Produced by Rob Bliss and Hollaback, an organization that aims to put an end to street harassment and catcalls, the video features Shoshana B. Roberts walking around New York City for 10 hours. Bliss walks right in front of her with a hidden camera placed in his backpack that catches the rude comments from men.
The PSA was created, Bliss says, "Because I think a lot of men don't understand the collective weight that this harassment causes. They see it as just an innocent 'compliment' but are missing the forest for the trees."
Roberts endured over 100 instances of street harassment during the 10 hours. Some catcalls included, "Hey baby!" "God bless you mami," and "Smile." Roberts wears jeans and a black crewneck t-shirt and remained silent during the catcalls.
Check out the video below.