Constant street harassment is a reality for women worldwide. Artist and activist, Tatyana Fazlalizadeh is using her creativity and artistic acumen to speak out about harassment in public spaces.
Her initiative, “Stop Telling Women to Smile”, shares the stories of women who have been the subjects of harassment.
Tatyana engages other victims in meaningful dialogue about what they’ve faced and what can be done to let people know that uninvited compliments, “cat calls” and unwanted attention are a form of harassment that is never acceptable. Full Frame visits Tatyana in her studio in New York City to see how the “Stop Telling Women to Smile” campaign unfolds.