Tatyana Fazlalizadeh was so tired of hearing the catcalls and requests from male strangers to “smile, baby” that she decided to put her passion for art to work. Across Philadelphia and New York City, her street harassment artwork hangs on buildings and she’s even produced a few T-shirts to get the message out.
(Photo Courtesy Stop Street Harassment)
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