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    Quote Originally Posted by BabyPeterzz View Post
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    Kinda like rape huh? Stupid women and their sexual bodies that make me want to **** them. Shame on them.

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    Can you time stamp for me when in the video you see rape?
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    Quote Originally Posted by scootsy View Post
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    Not that I agree with the approach of these men, but when did it become wrong to try to talk to a woman, or flirt with one, or make any sort of romantic advance?
    Context is everything. This woman is walking down the street, not looking at the men. They are disturbing her, over and over. Basically, she's being treated like a piece of meat. What would you suggest she needs to do to be left alone?

    I flirt with women regularly, but it's women I have met and am already talking to. I don't go to single's bars anymore, but those are also great places to strike up a flirtation from scratch. I'm sure you can come up with others.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BabyPeterzz View Post
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    Kinda like rape huh? Stupid women and their sexual bodies that make me want to **** them. Shame on them.

    This board never ceases to disappoint me.
    Yes, saying "hey baby" is almost the same as rape. You disappoint yourself, so you certainly don't need my help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cowhide View Post
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    I find nothing natural about making death threats?
    If you prefer, replace "Naturally" with "As expected". Rightly or wrongly, this is what women have to expect when they speak out in this way.

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    I don't know if you intended to blame the girl with your comment ...
    Not in any way, shape or form. I apologize for that confusion. The onus is entirely on the men making the threats, and the woman *should* be able to make such videos without receiving death threats.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scootsy View Post
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    I'd feel quite flattered to be honest.
    After the tenth time? The twentieth? When you heard it 20 times the previous day, and 20 times the day before that? How much flattery do you like?
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    Quote Originally Posted by One Brow View Post
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    What would you suggest she needs to do to be left alone?.
    She should probably make a video to try and change the world to adapt to her, since there's clearly no other solution to unwanted attention.
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    Also, I just want to say, I have absolutely no problem with this video, for the purpose of just making people think a little about how they interact with their fellow humans. However, IMO, most of the reactions in this video are simply a lack of tactfulness, and are being blown WAY out of proportion. Rape card, really? SMFH.
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    LOL - the producers of the video are being now being accused online of editing out all the white people that made harassing remarks. The chick in the video.....I mean, the young lady in the video, has confirmed that for some reason or another only a few white guys made the final cut.

    Go get em' One Brow!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BabyPeterzz View Post
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    I said men, not women.
    Nice double standard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by One Brow View Post
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    I flirt with women regularly...
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    Quote Originally Posted by freakazoid View Post
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    Right, that's exactly what I said. Even though I've already addressed this, I'll try one more time. The world is what it is, and even though saying "hey baby" to a stranger might be creepy and tacky, it's far from sexual harassment. Therefore, if a woman wants to avoid this, I see one particularly simple solution. She can either choose to dress differently, or she could post a video in hopes of changing the human race so that they are not creepy and tacky anymore. Good luck with that.
    The world is not what it is. We should put out that silly "but it's human nature!" argument to pasture. At one point, a large percentage of the U.S. population was enslaved. Not long ago, women couldn't even vote. Even more recently, over 90% of the population thought inter-racial marriage was immoral. The world changes every day, and silencing criticism by claiming that things are the only way they can be is small minded and utterly incorrect. Women feel harassed when subjected to cat calls each time they leave their house. I would feel precisely the same. And since they are the ones getting harassed, you don't get a say in how they should feel. The behavior is unacceptable and society should stand against it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by One Brow View Post
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    http://blogs.wsj.com/metropolis/2014...et-hits-nerve/

    The original video, of a ten-hour walk, had over 100 incidents of men feeling free to just come up to the woman and hit on her, simply because they are men. Just over one every 6 minutes. This link has a small section of the video.

    Naturally, when you show videos like that, you get death threats.
    Hey sexy, nice thread, wanna come over and check out the logs in my fireplace?
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    Quote Originally Posted by HighlandHomie View Post
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    I don't get why saying what's up is now sexual harassment.
    Generally, you should at least wait for her to make eye contact or give some other signal she wants to talk to random strangers. Otherwise, you are intruding into her life.

    I don't know of anyone who is proposing laws, and such laws would probably run afoul of free speech anyhow. Do you need to have a law passed before you will treat someone with respect?
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    Quote Originally Posted by One Brow View Post
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    Generally, you should at least wait for her to make eye contact or give some other signal she wants to talk to random strangers. Otherwise, you are intruding into her life.

    I don't know of anyone who is proposing laws, and such laws would probably run afoul of free speech anyhow. Do you need to have a law passed before you will treat someone with respect?
    What if she doesn't have eyes?

    What if they pass a law saying that you shouldn't respect people?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Siro View Post
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    The world is not what it is. We should put out that silly "but it's human nature!" argument to pasture. At one point, a large percentage of the U.S. population was enslaved. Not long ago, women couldn't even vote. Even more recently, over 90% of the population thought inter-racial marriage was immoral. The world changes every day, and silencing criticism by claiming that things are the only way they can be is small minded and utterly incorrect. Women feel harassed when subjected to cat calls each time they leave their house. I would feel precisely the same. And since they are the ones getting harassed, you don't get a say in how they should feel. The behavior is unacceptable and society should stand against it.
    Ok, you win, the world is something else besides what it is. So now, saying "hey baby" is not only similar to rape, but also slavery. You guys crack me up.
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    Like I said before, I have no problem with the message of this video, and I completely agree with the idea of always trying to change for the positive, but the dynamic between men and women isn't changing any time soon, at least not significantly. Therefore, I would sure hope this woman has a plan B for avoiding unwanted attention, as opposed to holding her breath in hopes that the male population will suddenly do a 360 in the way they pursue mates.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Turkish Nightmare View Post
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    So, they hired a pretty actress with nice assets and had her walk for 10 hours in a very crowded city and all they got was 1.5 minutes of footage of men
    This particular video was edited down to 1.5 minutes. As you saw in the video, one guy by himself spent 5 minutes trying to get her attention.

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    giving her a plethora of sexual options.
    Why not only give sexual otions to people who are seeking sexual options?

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    This woman is a victim?
    Yes.
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