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One of the less fun parts about being a woman in New York (right after experiencing the terror of walking over a gusty subway grate in a skirt) is having people constantly yell their opinions at you—which is why these "No Catcall Zone" signs that have popped up around the city are a welcome addition.
Brokelyn reports that clothing label Feminist Apparel, in collaboration with the Philly-based Pussy Division have erected at least 50 signs and stickers like the one above on street poles from Manhattan to the Barclays Center and Prospect Park, some of which also say things like "No catcalling any time" and "End street harassment." Spot one? Be sure to hashtag #CatsAgainstCatcalls, because who knows how much longer they'll remain—Feminist Apparel Instagrammed a sign today and joked, "Love how many of our signs are still up."