Street harassment seems to be ever-present in our society. Women must stand the constant objectification and lack of autonomy that stems from it. This film aims to present the disgusting language finesse used in catcalls, share stories of harassment, and the impact it had on individuals.

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About the filmmaker

Fatimah is a sophomore at Lafayette College studying Film and Media and Environmental studies. She is interested in using film as a way to raise awareness about issues important to her and her community, as well as giving a voice to those who are often unheard.

Born in Guatemala, but raised in the US, Flor is a sophomore at Lafayette College. She is a double major in Film and Anthropology/Sociology. As a 'chapina indocumentada', she enjoys advocating for the community and as a filmmaker, believes in the power of sharing stories.


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