Street harassment is a common form of sexual harassment committed by strangers in public spaces, but despite its frequency, it remains an undermined field of study. Although it is experienced by both genders, women are the most common victims and as a matter of fact, the struggle against street harassment appears to be more of a feminist matter, and can almost be seen as a fight between men and women, encouraging gender stereotypes and altering social interactions in public spaces. The aim of this thesis is to provide an educational tool about street harassment and gender bias using immersive installation as a medium.