Part two in a series of documentaries and discussions which focus upon issues of the Women's movement, produced by Kay Lindsey. pt.2. Girl watching as a practice. Guests on this show are Roxanne Dunbar, Maureen Mays, and Jane of the Female Liberation Front in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Discussion opens with voyeuristic "girl watching" by men and how this activity reflects the way in which men regard women. The discussion continues to include men cat-calling women they don't know on the street, and what their expectations are; men's attitudes towards women's various modes of dress; oppressive roles of women; the role of women in the workforce; and more. Contains sensitive language.
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