The one comic strip about catcalling you need to read

Matthew Champion@matthewchampion
Sunday 07 September 2014 13:40

Despite it being 2014 there still somehow exists a debate about catcalling.

Illustrator Ursa Eyer came up with the below cartoon after a conversation with a man she met at a party.

"I found myself having the same talk I've had numerous other times. I was once again trying, with words, to paint a picture of what it's like to be a female in our society. I got the standard response of, 'Why is this a problem?'," the 28-year-old, from New Orleans, told i100.

"Instead of explaining to him I decided I wanted to show him and other men what it really looks and feels like to be catcalled and its effect over time."

You can see more cartoons from Ursa here.

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