She added: “Thank you for all the support and messages. It has made it clear that catcalling is still a common occurrence that many of us are dealing with.”
Susanna Reid was forced to apologise on Good Morning Britain.
Artist Noa Jansma appeared on the ITV morning show to discuss her Instagram account that calls out men who catcall her in the street as she poses for selfies with them.
But her appearance took a turn when she swore, forcing host Susanna Reid to apologise.
Recounting the abuse she receives for her posts, Noa said: “There are comments that say, ‘Yeah you should respect everyone.’ But then, ‘This motherf***** should die’.”
Susanna said: “OK, apologises for that language on television but it’s an example of the sort of thing people [send to you].”
Since August Noa has posted 24 pictures of men who she says have catcalled her along with the words they have allegedly used towards her.
She has attracted over 291,000 followers since launching her campaign.
Noa recently thanked those following her for paying attention to her project.
She wrote: “My month of posts has ended, but it doesn’t mean that catcallers are in the past as well.
“To show that it’s a global phenomenon and that this art-protect is not only about me, I’ll pass on the account to different girls around the world.”