Leah Green went undercover to find out what would happen if a woman used sexist remarks when talking with men.
The tables were turned when Leah Green went undercover for The Guardian, she hoped to expose the outrageous nature of sexist comments made by men to women. By turning the table onto men, Green was successful in triggering an array of responses from the men she harassed, as well as a wide range of responses from viewers.
Some women noted that it was an accurate depiction of the verbal assaults they face on a daily basis, light-hearted “jokes” that leave a feeling of unease in their stomachs. Others responded with a more negative tone, accusing Green of harassing potentially-innocent men to prove her point.
Offers of lap-dances, propositions of some “fun” and even interrogating strangers if they wax or shave their genitals is just a small sampling of the awkward situations Green puts these men in.
For more on Green’s project, you can find her in-depth explanation here.