I don’t have any children of my own, and therefore I could never be subjected to watching footage of my (nonexistent) daughter getting catcalled on the streets of NYC. So the quickest way for me to lose my chill on the street would be having to experience my mom get catcalled. Enough about me though. I went on an on about how I’d react just to point out how chill these dudes were while watching this footage. Even when that pastor hit on that dude’s mom (around 2:30) he was able to keep his chill. Sure, he kept talking about being ‘angry’ and ‘so much anger’, but he kept his cool, and I respect the hell out of that.
I couldn’t imagine how infuriated I’d be having to watch footage of my mom getting catcalled on the streets. I’ve never understood catcalling and I likely never will. Catcalling on the streets is akin to a panhandler wearing a Gucci suit asking you for money. It boggles my mind how some person who has no business whatsoever getting in your face decides that moment in time is ripe to yell some lewd shit, and then that person acts like this is totally normal part of life. Like I said before, I just don’t get it.