Calls for cat-calling to be made illegal are controversial

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Catcalling has been a controversial topic for decades, with some stating that it makes streets unsafe for women, and others claiming that it's harmless fun.

The Home Secretary is considering the possibility of introducing new legislation making street harassment illegal under new laws against "public sexual harassment".

The new law may also cover catcalling and wolf-whistling at people in the street, although this has not been confirmed.

The Mirror wants to know what your experience of harassment has been. Have you ever been catcalled? Should street harassment be made illegal?

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