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One comic shows what a lifetime of catcalling can do to a woman

Women have tried numerous times to explain why catcalling isn’t a compliment and why no woman wants to feel as if she’s just body parts. Ursa Eyer, a New Orleans-based artist and illustrator, is the latest woman to take on the challenge. Despite what the New York Post’s Doree Lewak recently wrote, not all of women “live to strut another day,” so Eyer has drawn a personal history of her own struggles with catcalling, highlighting the longevity of the problematic trend and how it affects women and girls of all ages.

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