We've all been there, ladies. Walking down the sidewalk, zoning out on the latest to-do list, and all of a sudden you're the victim of a drive-by heckle. This harassment not only snaps you out of a very comfortable zone-out session, it also leaves you annoyed and embarrassed—-not to mention it's totally degrading.
Instead of simply being angered by this type of sexual harassment, Suin Looui was inspired after someone called out "Hot Ching Chong!" Soon after, with help from her training in interactive design and resources of Hunter College, Looui created a first-person-shooter video game called Hey Baby! The game not only allows players to interact with male harassers, it provides a place to release some pent up anger on cat-callers.
In Hey Baby!, if the player doesn't appreciate the men's advances, she or he (let's not leave anyone out) can