Leah Green from The Guardian took to the streets of London with a hidden camera to see how unsuspecting men react when they are the targets of the same sexist taunts, insults and catcalls that women are subjected to every day.
The French have been killing it recently, not only when it comes to planting nuts gossip about a Beyoncé/President Obama affair, but also when it comes to portraying the everyday sexism that women face by putting men in our shoes for once.
Laura Bates started the Everyday Sexism Project last year as a forum to allow women to speak about the sadly quotidian experience of sexism. Her hope was to give a few hundred women — if she was lucky — a safe space to share their experiences, free from marginalization or any social pressure to remain silent. A year…