Catcalling is not a compliment

High school student Juliana Taboada was walking to her fifth period class when a group of boys began pointing and staring at her, making comments to each other. Without even coming close to her, the boys made Taboada feel unsafe and changed how she feels in her school. “It felt like these boys took complete ownership of my body and I couldn’t do anything about it.” Read the commentary at Coachella Unincorporated.

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