• A woman called out her coworker for doubting the existence of catcalling - and the internet flooded him with personal stories

    2 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    WGN radio host John Williams questioned on Twitter whether street harassment really exists.
    His colleague Amy Guth asked people to tell him their stories - and they flooded him with responses.
    Gua told INSIDER that catcalling is so pervasive it's hard to communicate to people who haven't experienced it.
    Eighty-five percent of women have experienced street harassment before. But for people who don't experience it, catcalling can be hard to comprehend.
    Chicago-based WGN radio host John Williams learned that earlier this week when he posted a tweet expressing skepticism about the frequency of...
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  • A woman called out her coworker for doubting the existence of catcalling - and the internet flooded him with personal stories

    A woman called out her coworker for doubting the existence of catcalling - and the internet flooded him with personal stories

    2 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    WGN radio host John Williams questioned on Twitter whether street harassment really exists.
    His colleague Amy Gua asked people to tell him their stories - and they flooded him with responses.
    Gua told INSIDER that catcalling is so pervasive it's hard to communicate to people who haven't experienced it.
    Eighty-five percent of women have experienced street harassment before. But for people who don't experience it, catcalling can be hard to comprehend.
    Chicago-based WGN radio host John Williams learned that earlier this week when he posted a tweet expressing skepticism about the frequency of...
    Read more ...