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Anti-Harassment Campaign Startles Mexico City Subway Riders

Activists outfitted a subway seat with a nude male torso with prominent genitalia. They videotaped men's offended reactions, and hope to make them more sensitive to the many women who are accosted.
Activists hope a provocative new campaign will prod male riders of Mexico City's public transit system to change behavior toward female transit riders. Source: Mitsumasa Kiido/Screenshot by NPR

Activists in Mexico are taking aim at male riders of the capital city's packed public transit system. They are hoping that a new, provocative campaign that includes a good dose of shock and shame

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