Artist Hannah Price documented her run-ins with street harrassment.
Via Buzzfeed: “Hannah Price is an Afrian-Mexican-American who recently moved from suburban Colorado to Philadelphia. Her photo essay, "City of Brotherly Love,” is currently a work in progress, as Price collects portraits of men who catcall on the street. The photographs…are a collection of candids snapped after a stranger has hit on her. There are also a handful taken after she spoke with the subject and asked her to take his picture. Price said the series is a way for her to explore her fascination with street harassment.“