Friday, July 31, 2015

Doggish Behavior by Men--A Day In The Life

Men React to Their Girlfriends Getting Catcalled

By Erica Tempesta, July 28, 2015 Daily Mail

A group of men were made to understand how street harassment makes women feel uncomfortable - and even afraid - after they watched shocking footage of their own girlfriends getting catcalled as they casually walked down the street.

As a part of an enlightening social experiment by, three women were asked to wear hidden GoPro cameras as they walked around New York City. Later, their boyfriends sat down with them to watch the disturbing footage and share their reactions.   

'That's so messed up,' a man named Jon said of Tessa, his girlfriend of one year, getting harassed in the street.

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