What It Feels Like: This Artwork Acquaints Men With The Agony Of Street Harassment

Artist Terra Lopez has created this exhibit to give you a grim reality check.

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Empathy seems to have become a thing of the past. Humans, as a group, are appalingly callous to wrongdoing, unless it hits them directly.

Something as prevalent as catcalling, harassing women on the streets is taken for granted around the world. One artist, however, decided to do something about it.

Terra Lopez, an artist based in Sacramento, LA created an audio exhibit at the Bonnaroo Festival in Tennessee. 

Called 'This Is What It Feels Like', the exhibit allows people to listen to the disgusting catcalls that women of all ages and races are subjected to wherever they go, whatever they wear and whenever they walk out.

While many women told Lopez that it was a daily reality for them, many men were deeply affected, when they stood at the receiving end of those crushing taunts.

Unsettling, isn't it?

You can follow Terra Lopez's work on Instagram.

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Potterhead, gourmand, culture junkie, INTJ. Aspires to be Lady Olenna Tyrell. Dreams of getting paid for travelling, eating and watching TV series all day. Presently settled for writing about it.

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