A woman, drinking alone at bar, begins to receive unwanted advances from one of the patrons -- and he will not take no for an answer. Would you step in on the woman's behalf to stop the unwelcome flirtation, bordering on harassment?
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In SA men do that..it's so annoying. People pretend they don't see them harrasing you.telling them to not touch you pisses them off..they can literally cause a scene about how you not all that. And people will laugh..this lady is surrounded by nice people hey
Western/American female/male hypocrisy. You insult (MODESTY SHAME), religious women for dressing in a modest fashion and think that walking around in skimpy outfits makes you a feminist, or a powerful women, who knows what she wants.
The video shows exactly what your men think of you when you dress like that, they have no respect for you and while you might think that all eyes are on me, you'd be right but for all the wrong reasons. after feasting on your low self-esteem almost naked ass, they would let you get raped and murdered.
Sort your own culture out before preaching to the world about your non existing democracy and see that men are the same all over the world.
Good enough to sleep with but not good enough to save.
What the hell are you talking about. No one was dressed like a slut in this, and even if they were, they dont deserve to be raped or murdered over it. You are seriously, seriously fucked up. seriously fucked up, Please do us all a favor and stay away from females. You need some serious therapy....you are deeply, deeply disturbed to be advocating rape as some sort of deserved punishment. Deeply disturbed.
This reminds me of a time when I was taking a walk down the street and some guy I didn’t know approached me and told me I was very cute. Then he started complimenting my body and telling me I should show more skin. Luckily he backed away when he saw that I was uncomfortable.
I think "somebody should" go outside.....maybe YOU should?! FUCK. Talking to everyone about her probably being raped and on the news tomorrow.....andyou SIT THERE and talk about it instead of getting the hell up?!
When I was single I had two numbers memorized the maternity ward at the hospital for the perverts to remind them what happens when you have too much sex and the non emergency police number for the overly persistent ones
7:48 mark... What kind of sorry excuse for a man is that husband ? First he sits there silent letting his wife confront the obnoxious guy harassing the other woman. Then the husband was sitting there with his stupid laughing when his wife was talking to the bartender about her concerns the girl could possibly get assaulted or rapped outside. What the hell is funny about that to cause the husband to laugh ? Then he just sits there and lets his wife walk outside into a potentially psychical confrontation with an aggressive man. Other REAL MEN wnet outside with his wife, and he just sits there. What a total loser...
I would mind my own business, unless he becomes physically violent. If so, l would placidly intervene. If by doing so, l am attacked, it is likely that he will learn what reeducation in a hospital means. This written, when l accost somebody and that somebody instantly tells me "No, thank you" while l only wanted to ask for direction and so the words said by that somebody make no sense... Then, l punch, floor, and belabour that person and yell why l do so. I do so because the person was not polite and, by using an answer that made no sense, was somehow belittling me. Unacceptable is how l find it. Retribution follows. Just like when l catch a thief red handed trying to steal from me. Here, the thief can sob rivers, not just a puddle like a rude person.
Lady divorce your punk ass husband. He wouldn't have stood up for you you or if you have daughters he wouldn't have stood up for them either! A real man would have stood up before you but if anything else he would have bagged you up!
What really concerns me is how, when there is a husband and wife there, usually only the wife will step in. The husband just sits there and laughs it off. What a coward. It's interesting, though, when it's a group of guys, they get protective.
That happened to me on Halloween 2006 where the woman is named Heather and she had a dress costume on the VTA bus and she got off and i tried to give her a hug and she said please don't touch me and i was crying because i got rejected for a hug by a woman in a dress costume😰. I wish i can look for a woman online. Comment me back
I noticed the guy was very pushy and persistent, and it was bothersome to see him touch a stranger like that who clearly wasn't interested. The question I have is what's the best way for a guy to have at least a friendship with any one who you don't yet know. He did cross the line, but in some way he was trying and taking a chance/risk. Better than staying home and not trying. Once upon a time we were all strangers before some friendships were formed. Any good ideas?
"We've got to stop being polite. If I ever had children... the first thing I'd teach a girl of mine is the words 'fuck off.'" - Helen Mirren. Not blaming the victim, but obviously we know he's in the wrong.
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