I honestly believe you're aggrandizing the situation. Yes, he wanted a reaction out of her, but he wasn't expecting that. He is a prankster, that's why YouTube pays him to do. Some people are just more sensitive to things then others. Out of all the pranks I've seen before, this is not even close to being the worst. People can't always take things so seriously. They need to lighten up sometimes.
Asketh - Anonymous
I honestly believe you’re part of the problem.
When women are afraid to leave their homes because they’re sexually harassed there’s a problem. When women are told to cover up instead of men controlling their own actions, there’s a problem. When every 2 minutes someone in the US is sexually assaulted, there’s a problem. When 60% of sexual assaults are never reported to the police, there’s a problem.
I take all of those things very seriously and I will never lighten up. He’s disgusting and if it were me, he would have been lying on the ground with a broken camera. I don’t give two flying fucks if I ended up in jail.
Comparing to a worse situation doesn’t dim down the situation. Being attacked by someone with their hands is no different than being attacked by someone holding a gun. Neither circumstance should happen. Plain and simple.
I want someone that craves me. Craves to touch my skin, smell my hair, make me smile and that be enough. Someone that isn’t afraid to say it, show it, appreciate it, or display it. Someone that will work as hard as I do at it. Someone who knows what they have in me and doesn’t take it for granted. Someone that wouldn’t give another man the opportunity to treat me better. Someone that I can lean on when I’m weak and can’t hold myself up. I think through all this, I’ve learned that sometimes I need someone. I can’t always be the one to be needed.
These nights are more quiet than I thought they’d be. My head more filled with confusion, I underestimated.