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Southeast Asia Sexist Tradition, Bunch of male student naked on campus

When i was young i read twice about a news where there’s a festival on Phillipines, where a bunch or group of men student on college campus naked together , covered their face with masked and march around the campus and the female student can free to watch it even their brought a camera to take a photos of a bunch of male naked student and the worse is it was LEGAL and held everyear.

Well i know pretty much about their culture, this is not like Europe this is country where majority of people are religious and dislike when a female a women sexy at public.

So THE REVERSE SITUATION like THIS will never ever HAPPENED!! Not atleast they still used bikini, Not atleast their are in their neighbour country-which most are Muslim.

Yes it’s ONLY SEXIST WHEN MEN DO IT !

If men see female with bikini on Southeast Asia campus it will count as harrasment to women. Feminist will loose their shit “oh this is degrading women”, everybody will get outrage.

But if situation reverse a women see a male student even naked publicly on campus like in this true news “YOU GO GIRLS”.

That’s why i can’t take seriously an Asia feminist logic !!!
I JUST CAN’T!
This is INJUSTICE

Atleast if women are allowed we men are allowed too!
Or both of them are prohibit…
We can’t have double standard like this its wrong and sexist…..

And i hope there’s a stranger that read this agree with me!

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Does Provocative Dress Ever Cause Rape? (MIRROR)

i’m not own this article. Credits to Georgia Platts, a Ph.D. from UCLA in sociology and the author of BroadBlogs.

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Some friends were discussing the “Slut Walks” that keep popping up, and someone asked whether provocative clothing ever plays a role in rape. Interesting that “provocative” is used to describe a style of dress, suggesting that clothes actually provoke something. Attention? Desire? Rape?

Women don’t cause rape by what they wear. Asking about correlation between clothing and rape is tricky, though.

To make clear, sexual assault is never the victim’s fault. Someone has to act to commit rape. No one forces that choice. If seeing an enticing woman led men to conclude, “I’ve got to rape her,” all men would be rapists. Yet few are.

And plenty of assaulted women are not dressed sexily, including women draped in head-to-toe burqas. Interestingly, veiled women are blamed, too: “He must have seen a bit of her ankle, wrist, hair, neck… Who could resist!?”

Strippers are the most sexually “provocative” of all, yet patrons manage to contain themselves. Yes, bouncers provide security, but they aren’t stationed with blinders blocking their sight. And who’s watching them? Male customers aren’t physically restrained. The men are actually controlling themselves.

Sociologists who have interviewed rapists, read their accounts and looked at the circumstances of their crimes have learned that they have a variety of motives. Here are a few:

Some rape to feel powerful, others gang rape to demonstrate their “manhood” (defined as powerful, dominant, violent, virile, and not gay) to each other and fraternally bond, some become aroused by sadistically bringing sex and violence together, others seek to harm an entire race, community or nation by using sexual assault as a political weapon, still others seek revenge against someone other than the rape victim. And some misread cues.

Let’s take a look at these mistaken cue readers. Here’s where it gets tricky because a correlation between clothing and rape is not the same thing as sexy clothing causing assault.

Rapists who misread cues believe the following: men are naturally assertive and women are naturally passive. There are “good girls” and “bad girls.” Bad girls secretly want sex but can’t admit it, so they trick men into forcing sex. How do these “bad girls” send cues (in these men’s minds)? By doing things like smiling at them, or making eye contact, or by showing a little leg or cleavage. So these men may see a low-cut blouse as a “rape me” signal. But while they also see a smile or eye contact as a sexual come-on, women are only blamed for the dress. Have you ever heard anyone say, “Never look at a man,” or “Never smile at a man, he may rape you!”

Women, if you think dressing modestly will protect you, it won’t. Most rapists don’t care about “cues,” and just in case you run into those who do, you better not look at, or smile at, any man either. Just to be safe.

Should you really have to live that way? Or should men choose not to rape? As most do?

The number of assaults will not go down if women make sure to cover up. The cue-reading rapist has decided to attack someone, and is seeking justification. He will rape and he will find something to blame other than himself.

By placing women in charge of his sexuality he abdicates responsibility (it’s her fault). How convenient for him!

And while different rapists have different ways of thinking, they are all sexist. At the least, they believe they have more right to a woman’s body than a woman does, herself.

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