As part of a campaign by UN Women and the Mexico City government, select metro seats on trains in the capital were replaced with sculptural seats that incorporated the male form—including genitalia—to call attention to the sexual harassment women experience on public transportation. Conceptualized by agency J. Walter Thompson, the campaign is now part of a video Esperimento Asiento, or seating experiment, which shows individuals' reactions to the installation. Below the seat a plaque loosely translates to "It is unpleasant to travel here, but it does not compare to the sexual violence women suffer on their daily travels." Read more at the New York Times.

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