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British Women Share The Sexist Comments They've Received From Friends And Family

"Catcalling is a compliment!" Oh.

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BBC's Free Speech programme asked women to share the sexist comments they hear from friends, family, and online in their every day life, as part of their "Do we live in a sexist country?" debate.

Here are the answers they received, as voiced by volunteers.

"Catcalling is a compliment!"

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"Page 3 is just a bit of fun!"

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"Why are you always angry?"

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"Don't worry your pretty little head."

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"Are you on your period?"

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"A woman's place is at home!"

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"You're opinionated, aren't you?"

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"You just need to get laid!"

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"Sexism isn't as bad as it used to be."

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"There is nothing worse than a drunk woman."

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"Don't listen to her, she's just a dumb blonde."

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BBC Free Speech is on Tuesdays, BBC Three at 8pm.