(AP) - Whistles, catcalls and lewd come-ons from strangers are all too familiar to women in
A City Council committee heard testimony Thursday from women who said men follow them, yell at them and make them feel unsafe and uncomfortable.
Street harassment of women is as old as cities themselves, and is common around the world. But the pushback against it is a more recent movement.
Women told the City Council that they want a public awareness campaign and legislation that would include "no harassment zones" around schools.