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6/4/2016 9:52:17 PM
Posted: 6 months ago
Please don't delete this forum. None of these videos contain nudity and both of these videos are from Youtube.

1) https://www.youtube.com...
This woman gave guys free testicle exams in public for charity. I can't believe that she actually did this in public, in front of cars and people and maybe even children!

This woman doesn't even dress like a proper nurse that you'd expect to see in a hospital. She dresses like a nurse you'd expect to see in a porn film. To me, this is disrespectful to nurses in hospitals who actually dress like real nurses instead of porn nurses and who actually dedicate their lives to caring for individuals and not just grabbing people's genitals.

This video degrades both men and women. It degrades women because of the fact that the fake nurse in this video is dressing like a porn nurse and giving guys testicle exams in public, which only encourages the sexist idea that women are just objects designed to sexually please men. This video also degrades men because it encourages the idea that men just like to be sexually pleased and entertained, even if it's in public. Obviously, both of these sexist ideas are just stereotypes.

This woman wanted to raise awareness for testicular cancer but this video only degrades and makes fun of men with testicular cancer by indirectly sating that the way to raise awareness for testicular cancer is through sexual acts. If you had testicular cancer and watched this video, wouldn't you feel offended? Testicular cancer is just as serious as any other cancer.

I wonder how this woman was not arrested by the police for public indecency. Yes, the men who participated were clothed and the woman did not actually expose any of her genitalia but people who walked by could have seen a glimpse of the mens' crotches by accident.

Even though this woman dressed like a hooker and gave free testicle exams in public, I'm glad that she at least asked the men for permission to touch their testicles instead of just grabbing random people's testicles without their consent but that still doesn't make it okay to do it in public! Just gross in my opinion!

2) https://www.youtube.com...
At least in the first video, the men who decided to participate in the testicle exams were able to give their consent but in this video, the women just grab random men's balls without even asking for their consent and that is not okay because that is sexual harassment!

How were these women even able to raise the money? I did not see any wallets coming out. And what exactly was the "good cause" that these women were trying to raise awareness for? In my opinion, I think these women just wanted an excuse to touch guys' balls in public.

This video is also degrading to both males and females! This video is degrading to males because most of the males in this video who had their crotches grabbed looked like they enjoyed it, which only promotes the sexist idea that men enjoy sexual attention, whether verbal or physical, from anyone, even random strangers. One man, however, did not enjoy having his balls grabbed by random strangers in public. If you pause at 1:10, that man who just had his balls grabbed looks shocked in a negative way. He doesn't look like he enjoyed the sexual attention and I wouldn't either.

What these women did was wrong and I wish they were arrested for doing this because they didn't even ask any guys for their consent! They just grabbed random men's balls, probably because they thought that all of the guys would enjoy it (Obvious sexist stereotype).

This video does degrade females because it encourages the sexist idea that women are supposed to sexually please and arouse men.

There's a message at the end of this video but I can't read it because I don't speak French so if any of you are fluent in French, can you please translate it?

The sad part is if a man grabbed a woman's breasts to raise awareness for breast cancer or give to charity, he would probably be arrested or beaten on the spot. Sexist double standards!
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6/5/2016 3:09:21 AM
Posted: 6 months ago
At 6/4/2016 9:52:17 PM, Foodiesoul wrote:
Please don't delete this forum. None of these videos contain nudity and both of these videos are from Youtube.

1) https://www.youtube.com...
This woman gave guys free testicle exams in public for charity. I can't believe that she actually did this in public, in front of cars and people and maybe even children!

This woman doesn't even dress like a proper nurse that you'd expect to see in a hospital. She dresses like a nurse you'd expect to see in a porn film. To me, this is disrespectful to nurses in hospitals who actually dress like real nurses instead of porn nurses and who actually dedicate their lives to caring for individuals and not just grabbing people's genitals.

This video degrades both men and women. It degrades women because of the fact that the fake nurse in this video is dressing like a porn nurse and giving guys testicle exams in public, which only encourages the sexist idea that women are just objects designed to sexually please men. This video also degrades men because it encourages the idea that men just like to be sexually pleased and entertained, even if it's in public. Obviously, both of these sexist ideas are just stereotypes.

This woman wanted to raise awareness for testicular cancer but this video only degrades and makes fun of men with testicular cancer by indirectly sating that the way to raise awareness for testicular cancer is through sexual acts. If you had testicular cancer and watched this video, wouldn't you feel offended? Testicular cancer is just as serious as any other cancer.

I wonder how this woman was not arrested by the police for public indecency. Yes, the men who participated were clothed and the woman did not actually expose any of her genitalia but people who walked by could have seen a glimpse of the mens' crotches by accident.

Even though this woman dressed like a hooker and gave free testicle exams in public, I'm glad that she at least asked the men for permission to touch their testicles instead of just grabbing random people's testicles without their consent but that still doesn't make it okay to do it in public! Just gross in my opinion!

2) https://www.youtube.com...
At least in the first video, the men who decided to participate in the testicle exams were able to give their consent but in this video, the women just grab random men's balls without even asking for their consent and that is not okay because that is sexual harassment!

How were these women even able to raise the money? I did not see any wallets coming out. And what exactly was the "good cause" that these women were trying to raise awareness for? In my opinion, I think these women just wanted an excuse to touch guys' balls in public.

This video is also degrading to both males and females! This video is degrading to males because most of the males in this video who had their crotches grabbed looked like they enjoyed it, which only promotes the sexist idea that men enjoy sexual attention, whether verbal or physical, from anyone, even random strangers. One man, however, did not enjoy having his balls grabbed by random strangers in public. If you pause at 1:10, that man who just had his balls grabbed looks shocked in a negative way. He doesn't look like he enjoyed the sexual attention and I wouldn't either.

What these women did was wrong and I wish they were arrested for doing this because they didn't even ask any guys for their consent! They just grabbed random men's balls, probably because they thought that all of the guys would enjoy it (Obvious sexist stereotype).

This video does degrade females because it encourages the sexist idea that women are supposed to sexually please and arouse men.

There's a message at the end of this video but I can't read it because I don't speak French so if any of you are fluent in French, can you please translate it?
500 euros were reserved for fighting against masculine illnesses using the Handy gel.
The sad part is if a man grabbed a woman's breasts to raise awareness for breast cancer or give to charity, he would probably be arrested or beaten on the spot. Sexist double standards!
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6/5/2016 3:21:35 AM
Posted: 6 months ago
At 6/5/2016 3:09:21 AM, Diqiucun_Cunmin wrote:
500 euros were donated for fighting against masculine illnesses using the Handy gel.

Whoops, read it wrong the first time.
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6/5/2016 3:27:26 AM
Posted: 6 months ago
Okay, I've watched both videos...

I agree, the first one was highly inappropriate. Dressing like a porn nurse should absolutely not be allowed in public, and if you're going to do 'testicle examinations' you shouldn't do it in front of everyone in a public area. At the minimum, they should have done it behind a bush or something.

So yes, I agree it's indecent. But the men who were dumb enough to say yes should also be partially responsible...

I actually find the second one not as bad as the first one. It is still too sexually open to be appropriate. But I don't think we can say it constitutes sexual harassment - how do you know they didn't consent to it before they shot the video? Many of them looked as though they were fully expecting it. Even if you consent to a woman touching your testicles in public, you'll be taken aback when she actually does it, so that explains the man at 1:10. The worst thing I saw in the video was the guy who touched the woman's breast afterwards... I know they added 10 euros for females in the video but that still shouldn't be something shown in a YouTube video.

This video very likely qualifies as public indecency, or at least disorderly conduct (if they have such laws in France)... but I don't think it constitutes harassment from the evidence we have.
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6/5/2016 3:49:51 AM
Posted: 6 months ago
At 6/5/2016 3:27:26 AM, Diqiucun_Cunmin wrote:
Okay, I've watched both videos...

I agree, the first one was highly inappropriate. Dressing like a porn nurse should absolutely not be allowed in public, and if you're going to do 'testicle examinations' you shouldn't do it in front of everyone in a public area. At the minimum, they should have done it behind a bush or something.

So yes, I agree it's indecent. But the men who were dumb enough to say yes should also be partially responsible...

I actually find the second one not as bad as the first one. It is still too sexually open to be appropriate. But I don't think we can say it constitutes sexual harassment - how do you know they didn't consent to it before they shot the video? Many of them looked as though they were fully expecting it. Even if you consent to a woman touching your testicles in public, you'll be taken aback when she actually does it, so that explains the man at 1:10. The worst thing I saw in the video was the guy who touched the woman's breast afterwards... I know they added 10 euros for females in the video but that still shouldn't be something shown in a YouTube video.

This video very likely qualifies as public indecency, or at least disorderly conduct (if they have such laws in France)... but I don't think it constitutes harassment from the evidence we have.
I agree with you! The first one was definitely inappropriate and they should have done it somewhere private, not somewhere in public! Also, I'm sure the dumb men who participated just wanted some random sexual attention! After all, one of the men asks the nurse to blow on her glove because he just wants his testicles to feel good and another man groans in a sexual way! These dumb men did not actually care about testicular cancer awareness! They just wanted a "sexy woman" to rub their testicles! People could be eating in public and no one wants to see testicle exams while they're eating! That's just a bit nauseating!

You actually do have a point on the second video! The men probably did consent to having their balls grabbed, otherwise they wouldn't look so happy and I guess the man at 1:10 was probably just taken aback a little, even though he gave the woman permission to grab his balls. Thanks for translating the message and I do agree that this video shouldn't be shown on Youtube!