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    That was cute. They were all so cute.

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    It was really cute up until they started caressing her. It turned super awkward and goose-bump inducing quickly.
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    it was very sweet and made me cry when the kids started saying no.!..
    but my tears dried quickly, and i felt betrayed and angry when the kids based their "morality" on gender rather than compassion.

    to me this said more about how deeply ingrained misogyny is,
    rather than being commendable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dannik View Post
    it was very sweet and made me cry when the kids started saying no.!..
    but my tears dried quickly, and i felt betrayed and angry when the kids based their "morality" on gender rather than compassion.

    to me this said more about how deeply ingrained misogyny is,
    rather than being commendable.
    How so?

    What's your process of thought in order to get to that conclusion?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gromit View Post
    I was uncomfortable by the kids feeling okay to touch a female they don't know. They seemed to be more concerned with the filmmaker's permission about the girl's body than the girl's permission herself.
    i didn't find that particularly disconcerting. they're in a public place, the narrator/camera operator introduced her by name to the boys and she appears to be complicit with the interaction and non-threatened. at no point did she display any sort of aversion to being touched after the authority figure told them to touch her. obviously, she was forewarned of the possibility that any of the boys might slap her and she agreed to participate. fortunately, they were reluctant to hit her despite his command. people in the west, particularly in the united states, are touch-deprived compared to the far east where it is more commonplace and less sexualized.

    i wonder if the subjects had been girls instead of boys if it would still have made you uncomfortable. i ask because it seems it is more socially acceptable for girls to be affectionate physically than it is for boys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chanaynay View Post
    Yeah...I'm kind of worried about the girl now. I hope she's safe.
    i'm not sure if you were being serious, but it made me lol

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    Those kids soooo wanted to slap her....

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    Quote Originally Posted by pixie sticks View Post
    i'm not sure if you were being serious, but it made me lol
    I was being serious, but thanks for your valuable input.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chanaynay View Post
    I was being serious, but thanks for your valuable input.
    i wasn't trying to offend you. i just don't understand how her safety was in jeopardy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pixie sticks View Post
    i wasn't trying to offend you. i just don't understand how her safety was in jeopardy.
    I mean, what I was thinking was that she could have been kidnapped and they had instructed her what to do by threatening with violence. But maybe I just watch too many crime shows. She just seems pretty uncomfortable, but maybe it's a cultural difference to not be as forward and personable in Italy.
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    This is so fucking staged. And it makes absolutely no sense.
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