A children's charity is calling on the Welsh Government to recognise street harassment as a form of gender-based violence.
It comes after a survey by Plan International UK has revealed more than half of girls and young women in Wales have been sexually harassed in public.
The survey of girls and women aged between 14-21 found that 32% are receiving verbal harassment like catcalling, wolf whistling and sexual comments once a month or more, while 17% are being touched, groped or grabbed every month.
An 18-year-old from Cardiff said she experienced harassment on the bus on her way home from work.
Trin said she was 16 at the time a man started following her.
The Welsh Government said its goal is to make Wales the "safest place in Europe for women".