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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I love watching these cause it gives me faith that people are capable of speaking up for someone else. Ive had my fair share of scary experiences were men have grabbed me aggressively or wouldnt leave me alone and its always laughed off by the people around me. Which resulted to me being a homebody now.
Here's the difference why men are less likely to step in than a woman.
If a man steps in, a fight will almost definitely happen. Bad for the man stepping in cause it means prison time.
If a woman steps in, the pervert will not start a fight with a woman.
But men will step in when absolutely necessary.
A bunch of stupid idiots saying that this is sexist because it's a man harrasing a woman instead of a woman harrasing a man. Face it idiots, woman are generally targeted more in sexual crimes. Males are targeted too, yes, but mostly in a different way. It's not sexist because they made the female the victim. It's just fucking life. Get the fuck over it. Jesus, why do people even fucking try with gender equality anymore? There's too many fuck headed idiots out there for that to ever happen. Have a good day everyone.
I'm curious what would happen if you try all these experiments with actors who are from different ethnicity. While it's great to see people stand up for the actors who appear to be in distress but majority of your actors are Caucasian. Would the reactions be different for POC?
Creeps don’t take “No” for an answer, and “Don’t Touch Me” falls on deaf ears. But say something like “Must I summon the police?” That will send Jerks of all kinds running for the rock they crawled out from under!
Ted Bolha I fully agree it's got to a point where you can't even approach women without them thinking you are creepy or thirsty... if a guy approaches, you get mad and when men don't approach, you get mad cuz nobody wants to talk to you... it's all a big misunderstanding...
Wow, that woman is such a bitch! He offers to buy her a drink, and is trying to chat in a friendly manner and she is like "I'm too good for you" in her head not even paying him attention. That guy can do better. I feel so bad for that guy if he were not an actor.
The woman who intervened at the end should get rid of chicken shit dick wad of a husband. No balls to speak up, more interested in the game than the girls safety and even smiling when his wife said she may get raped, but still sat on his dumb arse while his wife went outside. WTF!!!
its unfortunate..i was at a bar this one time and this 1 dude kept trying to throw game down and this girl wasnt interested..she kept rebuffing him and he was like 'if u dont want guys to come talk to you u shouldnt dress so sexy'..i told him straight up that girl didnt spend all that time on her make up and her outfit for you..she probably did it for her..to feel good about herself..we were about to take it outside coz even after that he was lurking..today shes my girlfriend :)
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