Catcalling now is being studied at a university alongside physics, English, economics and philosophy. At St. Louis University, a Catholic institution no less. The report comes from The College Fix, which explained the new course will include current efforts to make catcalling a crime as well as “how public streets are shaped by white privilege, feminism, imperialism and intersectionality.”

As part of the unversity’s required volunteer program, the class spends eight weeks examining societal influences on public streets, four weeks on catcalling and four more weeks on urban policing and riots. The instructor, Candis Bond, told The College Fix that catcalling is “whistling or saying something unwanted” toward a woman in the street. READ MORE