18 Kickass Illustrated Responses To Street Harassment

Responding to street harassment can be scary and frustrating. These illustrated responses take it on with humor and verve.

1. The swift sword maneuver.

Art by Kruzz.

2. The silent but deadly approach.

Art by Princess Walnut, quote from Vicjy Kapoor.

3. The friendly reminders around the neighborhood approach.

Art by Tatyana Fazlalizadeh.

4. The kill them with their own crazy approach.

5. The don’t even let them finish their sentence approach.

Art by Mike Tirehus.

6. The helpful alternatives approach.

Art by Tyra WM.

7. The angry chick approach.

Art by K Funk.

8. The Little Bo Peep approach.

Art by Chloesupertaster.

10. The “here’s a helpful list of all the things that will actually make me smile while I’m walking down the street” approach

11. The never in a million, bajillion years response.

Art by Liz Climo.

12. The I’m just going to keep existing as a Lesbian approach.

Art by Chaos Life.

13. The depressingly accurate illustration of your frustrations.

Art by Barry Deutsch, buy print .

14. The mantra you want to tape to your forehead.

Art by Sinhemingway.

15. The “F-off but also what if this just how my face looks can I live?!?” approach.

Art by Kris Automatic, buy print here.

16. The “I see your cat call and raise you a claw in the face” approach.

Art by Summer, buy prints

17. Reminder: This is the only form of cat-calling that is appropriate.


Graffiti by Starchild Stela, Catsandgraffiti on Tumblr.

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