Hey, Men: Think Telling That Girl Walking By That She's Beautiful Is OK? Look At This Map First.

San Franciscan urban planner Sarah Levine loves to make maps. She is also a woman — which makes her vulnerable to street harassment, something that all women go through. As a man, it never hit me how frequent this phenomenon happens to the women I know. That is, until Sarah mapped out four days of it.

Here's some context from Sarah Levine:

After hurting my foot and winding up on crutches, I noticed an increase in comments I was getting on the street. I decided to record and map all the comments I received on my way home from work for the rest of the week.

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

Day 4

The whole week

If you notice, her walk is less than three blocks. Men: Get it together. She's just trying to get to work.

via Lady A / Twitter and Whittlz / Flickr

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