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A few photos reveal tattoos fans may not have seen before, while others show the singers just romping around with some friends.

We're used to seeing country music's top females in jeans and boots, or in evening gowns at awards shows. Our Country Music Beauties swimsuit edition finds stars like Carrie Underwood and Le Ann Rimes having fun in the sun, poolside or by the beach.Bliss’ camera caught men approaching, leering, and trailing Roberts’ movements; the mics recorded their comments, which ranged from ostensibly friendly greetings (“Have a nice evening! Bliss recorded more than 100 instances of verbal harassment in all, and that doesn't include winks and whistles.”) to unsolicited commentaries on Roberts’ body (“Sexy! ”) to pure expressions of entitlement (“Somebody’s acknowledging you for being beautiful! I sent the video around to some men in my office to gauge their reactions.The video is a “great reminder of how even the most ‘innocuous’-seeming comments pile up over the course of an hour, day, and life to feel oppressive and awful,” added a third.And he noted that the harassment caught on Bliss’ camera only catches one half of the equation: “In the wild,” he told me, “I pretty much only see the once-over from behind, which is legion, and is often accompanied with meeting another dude's eyes like, Some men, though, still aren’t seeing it.These women work hard to stay in shape and are proud to show off their swimsuit bods to fans.

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These 30 videos, which range from the earliest days of MTV through the era of You Tube-enabled smartphones, turned up the heat, as well as the chatter.

Whenever I bring up the topic of street harassment with men, they tell me they just don’t see it.

To film the video, Rob Bliss outfitted a backpack with a hidden camera and walked across New York City streets for ten hours in front of actress Shoshana B. But when a male stranger shouts it, it’s just another unearned claim for a woman’s attention—one that could escalate should the woman so much as bat an eyelash.

Roberts, who was dressed in jeans and a T-shirt and holding a microphone in each hand. ) adds up to a constant reminder that, just for walking from point A to point B, some men believe that women’s bodies and minds should be made accessible to them on command. Roberts didn’t; she still got harassed at every turn.

“I knew this stuff happened—I see and hear it every once in a while—but the frequency of the remarks was astounding,” one colleague told me.