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2014-02-08 06:31:21 PM
Creepy and well done.
 
2014-02-08 07:45:03 PM
Boring and cliched.
 
2014-02-08 07:54:54 PM
Done in two. This is the entire range of comments to expect in this thread. Game's over, go home.
 
2014-02-08 07:55:20 PM
Nice jogging boobies.
 
2014-02-08 08:05:15 PM
I would be such a slut
 
2014-02-08 08:38:23 PM

Darth_Lukecash: Boring and cliched.


This.

mrlewish: I would be such a slut


And this.
 
2014-02-08 08:49:20 PM
Concept has some promise, good acting/production, held back by a cartoonish script.
 
2014-02-08 10:46:39 PM
I thought it was pretty good until the end. Seems like they weren't sure how to end it.
 
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2014-02-08 10:51:10 PM
Good, but old, idea. Poor execution.

Nice jogging tits.
 
2014-02-09 12:05:08 AM
I fail to see what was "Amusing" about this.
 
2014-02-09 02:31:41 AM
www.reddwarf.co.uk
 
2014-02-09 05:07:07 AM

Darth_Lukecash: Boring and cliched.


Society is clichéd.

What I would like to hear is the perspective of a cop.  Are any Farkers here cops?  How would your people handle a woman who walked in to report a sexual assault?  Do you think this video is representative of what treatment they can expect?
 
2014-02-09 08:26:22 AM
You wouldn't ask the police how the person felt when they were interviewed, you have to ask the interviewee. It's their perception of how they were treated that counts.
Yea, part of his cliche, but boy, a whole bunch of it is true
 
2014-02-09 10:43:42 AM
I'm not talking about how the woman felt, but how she was treated.
 
2014-02-09 01:12:25 PM
"Men's right's activists" would have you believe that this actually happens on a regular basis.
 
2014-02-09 05:13:49 PM
This video mainly just illustrates why its own concept doesn't work.

"Hey guys, I how would you like it if  women came up to you topless and asked if you needed help moving stuff! Sure bet you'd hate that, huh?"

And it runs into problems in the fact that society teaches us to have contempt rather than sympathy for weak men (as the characters in this film come across). If most people hear about a man who is "made to" wear a headscarf by his wife, their reaction is more likely to be, "Wow, that guy's a pussy." rather than to feel sorry for him. If the filmmakers wanted viewers to feel sympathetic to the characters and their plight, they would have had to leave the genders un-reversed, which would eliminate the only novelty in the film.
 
2014-02-09 07:03:30 PM
I remember the first time I felt objectified as a man. It was when I saw the Joe Boxer Christmas commercial last year.

I shrugged and moved on with my life.
 
2014-02-09 08:46:13 PM

JPINFV: I remember the first time I felt objectified as a man. It was when I saw the Joe Boxer Christmas commercial last year.

I shrugged and moved on with my life.


Yeah, girls are just making it up! Why don't they just shut up and accept that men objectify them? They should just learn to take a compliment.

Every last one of you completely missed the point. And that says a lot.
 
2014-02-10 03:02:30 AM
I'm sorry, but what's so weird about this? This is just another day in France like any other.
 
2014-02-10 05:13:57 AM

Di Atribe: JPINFV: I remember the first time I felt objectified as a man. It was when I saw the Joe Boxer Christmas commercial last year.

I shrugged and moved on with my life.

Yeah, girls are just making it up! Why don't they just shut up and accept that men objectify them? They should just learn to take a compliment.

Every last one of you completely missed the point. And that says a lot.


...or people experience life in different manners and what's a big issue to one person isn't such a big issue for others for a variety of reasons, despite the same issue occurring to both people. I never said that girls "are just making it up," just that, as a man, I don't get my proverbial satin fringed undergarments in a bunch because someone objectifies men.
 
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