Torontonians who are sick of being cat-called, gestured at, and generally assaulted with verbal come-ons as they try to slog through their daily routines are getting a little help from the Metropolitan Action Committee on Violence Against Women and Children, which on Monday released a a free iPhone app that allows users to immediately access a compendium of responses to specific instances of sexual harassment, as well as share instances of harassment with one another. The app, called "Not Your Baby" aims to help cultivate a community of people who are better equipped to fend off public harassment, a clear social transgression that often goes completely unpunished.
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