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VIDEO: 3 hours of walking around NYC as a homosexual

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WARNING: Video includes foul language and homophobic slurs. View at your own discretion.

In October, a video of a woman enduring endless catcalling in New York City went viral.

The video was a social experiment created to raise awareness to sexual harassment. 

One month later, a second social experiment has gone viral. 

The video depicts a man dressed as a homosexual walking around Manhattan. The man experiences similar harassment to the first experiment, enduring multiple homophobic slurs. 

Comments such as "It's Victoria's Secret, not Victor's," "Your pants are too tight, bro," and "You need a real man to take care of you," can be heard throughout the video. 

According to the video, the man counted over 50 physical and verbal instances of harassment.

To see the video, click here.

If you or someone you know has been harassed and is seeking helpful information, click here

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