For many women, catcalls and harassment by men when they walk on the street are parts of an uncomfortable reality- one they’re striving to change.
The latest channel through which women are sending the message of the inappropriateness of street harassment is Twitter as the #NoWomanEver has women sarcastically sharing their experiences.
Most of the tweets are sarcastic and hilarious but ultimately show that street harassment is more commonplace than most people have ever realized.
He walked past the store and appreciated how I was ‘working that ladder’ and that’s when I knew he was the one.. said #NoWomanEver
— Maddie Claire Beau (@littleblackbeau) June 20, 2016
“he made the point that if we’re concerned about r*pe, we should pay better attention to our skirt lengths. I fell in love!” #NoWomanEver
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— Madison McNiffe (@madisonmcniffe) June 20, 2016
“When he cut me in line and used it as an excuse to introduce himself I forgot all about what I was waiting for ?” #NoWomanEver
— Amy Spitzfaden (@AmySpitzfaden) June 20, 2016
I knew he was husband material when he tenderly pulled down his window and made a loud barking noise. #NoWomanEver
— Elizabeth Plank (@feministabulous) June 19, 2016