Why do people keep saying women don't like to be cat called?

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The whole women don't like to be cat call comes about when a woman is being called out by men she does not get validation from. While in the right setting and from a male she does get validation from many women would actually be very receptive and flattered by the cat calling. The current setting of shaming cat calling is the same as creep shaming by women. Where women want to dress up in attractive clothes and look good in public but they only want certain men to approach them.
Why do people keep saying women don't like to be cat called?
Why do people keep saying women don't like to be cat called?
So let say a girl put on her makeup and outfit to look good in public. Any logical person knows depending on the amount of skin shown or how pretty the woman is men will have a natural inclination to stare. Some men go step further and express macho attitude by cat calling to let the woman know that he finds her sexually attractive.

Cat calling is all deep rooted back with the mindset that men must approach and reveal their intention of liking a girl. Men are trained and condition to be the ones to risk and express their desire to get anywhere since women tend to be passive.
Why do people keep saying women don't like to be cat called?


A real life example of a woman who actual hit the wall (post 30) and is now complaining of the lack of cat calling she received, Jessica Valenti.
Why do people keep saying women don't like to be cat called?
"Guardian Author Who Called for End of Catcalling now Regrets she is not Catcalled"

Writing for the Guardian, Jessica Valenti, feminist and mind-boggling hypocrite, called for the end of catcalling last year in her article "The end of hisses, whistles and stares: we need to walk the streets without fear." In it, Valenti concluded, "Whatever the method, something needs to be done. Today, she published an article in which she said that she misses being catcalled.

"Today, the same author penned an article originally titled "Men rarely catcall me any more. I hate that our culture makes me miss it." Valenti explains, "To my great shame, the thought of not being worth men’s notice bothers me, even though I’m a seasoned feminist and I know better."

i miss being cat called
Why do people keep saying women don't like to be cat called?
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