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Micky Dolenz’s Daughter Monkees Around With Catcall Girl (watch!)

Georgia Dolenz, the daughter of the Monkees Micky Dolenz has found a way around the street harassment faced by so many women in a hilarious video.

Georgia Dolenz, the daughter of the Monkees Micky Dolenz, has found a way around the street harassment faced by so many women.

Georgia Dolenz, the daughter of Monkees frontman Micky Dolenz, has crafted a hilarious video that shows how to beat the street harassment faced by so many women — or at least those who walk around New York City for 10 hours. Her solution: Yenta them to death.

Dolenz and her comedy troupe, “We’re Having A Panic Attack,” shot the video on the streets of Los Angeles. It doesn’t have quite the impact as a gritty New York City backdrop, but it is hilarious.

She’s joined by troupe members Rebecca Warm and Sheila Carrasco, with special assistance from Burl Moseley, Manoel Hudec, Steven Murphy, Brandon Bales and Josh Stamell.

The catcall video, sponsored by a group called Hollaback!, has gone viral with more than 7 million YouTube views.

New Yorker Shoshanna Roberts told ABC News she was catcalled more than 100 times during her 10-hour stroll around New York.

“It was all types people,” Roberts said. “All colors, shapes, sizes [and] ages.”

The video has caused uproar, not only for raising awareness about sexual harassment but also because of the number anomalies, like the preponderance of blacks and latino harassers?

In the Dolenz video, the women talk back, and talk, and talk and talk, until the send their harassers, not just scurrying, but running away.

Think “Fatal Attraction.”

Dolenz and “We’re Having A Panic Attack” will be doing a show in L. A. next month.

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