More than 41 million hits – on the video, and on girls and women. Let's end this.

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The sexualization of girls is a violence that is generally accepted as part of growing up, as if growing up being bullied were acceptable. It is not.

This is the moment a BBC reporter was heckled by men as she reported about sexual harassment. The footage, uploaded to Facebook by BBC Radio Nottingham, show Sarah Teale filming a piece to camera outside the Nottingham Conference Centre. Sitting on a wall, she says: "An online study found a shocking ninety five per cent of people said they had been harassed, either jeered at or had obscenities shouted at them in the street.

The Cultural Change Project is based in Springfield, Massachusetts, under the fiscal sponsorship of Arise for Social Justice.