Don't. Read. The comments.
As if you needed a reminder.
Filmmaker Rob Bliss and actress Shoshana Roberts teamed up with a well-known anti-street-harassment advocacy group called Hollaback to make a video of the daily sexual harassment so many women know about in New York City.
"We got an email from [Bliss] and he said his girlfriend got street-harassed all the time," said Hollaback executive director Emily May. "He thought, 'If they understood what it felt like, they wouldn't do it anymore.' "
And so the two-minute video, which has been spreading through the internet like a wildfire, tracks Roberts as she walks through Manhattan, putting together all the so-called "best" (worst) footage of guys trying to get her attention.
"It was a documentary," May said. "We didn't set anyone up. We didn't have to, unfortunately."
And as if trolls really, really wanted to prove that this video was necessary, some of the YouTube comments Roberts got were cruel.More »