Ladies, are you sick and tired of having to put up with catcalls and lewd remarks on the streets? Comedians Shanika Powell and Samantha Riddell, of brand-spanking new comedy group SlamPow! Productions, sure as hell are. They address the sexual harassment women face on the streets of NYC in a three-minute role-reversing scene.
The parody, aptly titled “Meat,” features several females verbally harassing a dude who is walking innocently through the streets. These ladies spew over-the top lewd remarks at the increasingly uncomfortable guy, and he can’t seem to escape their sexual advances.
The YouTube description of the video states: “Although this 3-minute skit is clearly an exaggeration, it speaks to the absurdity of vocalized objectification.” As a girl who has been verbally harassed by men at LEAST three times any given day in New York, I can really stand behind their message.
If you want more head on over to SlamPow!'s Facebook page. These ladies are ones to watch out for!
Images via facebook.com/slampowproductions
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