That females can't sexually harrass guys? SEE IT: Men react to street harassment from female comedians in New York City BY Doyle Murphy NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Tuesday, June 9, 2015, 4:47 PM A pair of New York City comedians decided to give guys a taste of the harassment regularly suffered by women on city streets. Funnywoman Soojeong (SJ) Son ambushed men in Bryant Park with vulgar come-ons while her comedy partner, Ginny Leise, trailed behind to record the interactions. The guerilla social experiment left the comedy duo’s targets stunned — and usually grinning. “They loved it!” the two concluded after a string of sexually explicit sneak attacks. “The lesson here is that no one learned anything,” Leise said. Soojeong Son via youtube New York City comedians Ginny Leise (l) and Soojeong Son tried to give men a taste a street harassment by targeting strangers in Bryant Park. The two, who host “The Shame Game” monthly comedy show at the The Bell House in Brooklyn, worried they could be attacked by enraged men as they set out for the in-your-face role reversal. “The first time, it was like I had to muster up the courage, but after the first time harassing a dude, it was really easy,” Soojeong of Williamsburg, Brooklyn told the Daily News. The comics targeted a specific kind of invasion, something they call “drive-by street harassment” — the creepy tactic of whispering an offensive statement in a woman’s face before hustling away. “I don’t think men are aware this type of street harassment happens at all, because it generally only happens to women alone,” Leise of Astoria, Queens told the News. Soojeong Son via youtube Enlarge Soojeong Son via youtube Enlarge Comic Soojeong Son (shown) and her comedy partner, Ginny Leise, wanted to show men what it's like to be harassed on the street — but their targets enjoyed the vulgar come-ons. In the video, Soojeong unleashed a flurry of crude comments on her unsuspecting marks. “Uh, dat ass,” she told a balding businessman. “I want to f--k you,” she said to a 30-something sitting with his buddy. “I love that c--k,” she told a guy in a backpack and shorts. Previous Next Enlarge Comedian Soojeong Son ambushes a man next to Bryant Park to highlight the street harassment suffered by women in public. But the “harassed” men didn’t seem too intimidated by the petite stranger. Most laughed or at least smiled as Soojeong bolted away. Only one middle-aged man shown in the video seemed to take offense, spinning around with a frown on his face. “What?” the disgusted man said. The ladies quickly deployed a favorite defense of male aggressors, labeling the man as just another “humorless” guy who can’t take a compliment.