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Published on Apr 17, 2015
"New traffic signs are popping up across New York, calling out those who like to catcall women, a problem activists say can no longer be laughed off.
They look like real traffic signs and read "No Catcalling Any Time" and "No Catcall Zone." They've appeared in Times Square, near the Barclays Center in Brooklyn and in almost 50 other locations.
The signs are the work of New York-based clothing company Feminist Apparel, which began putting them up last weekend, saying it wanted to raise awareness of street harassment. Activists say that ranges from catcalls and whistles to unwelcome sexual gestures, being followed and even assault."