Arman asked over 1 year ago · 6 answers

[Inspired by] Should catcalling be criminalized?

No, complimenting people isn't a crime. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez loved that. She didn't hate that. She was humble bragging about someone thinking she's hot. Just like all speech, catcalling has a spectrum. Innocent/innocuous catcalling isn't a crime. Even if it's vulgar/tasteless, it still doesn't warrant putting someone in a cage. If it becomes extreme to the point where they're following the person and won't leave them alone, then maybe a cop could tell them to stop, fine them or arrest them. Arresting people is a big deal and shouldn't be done lightly.

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