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    Quote Originally Posted by wlillie View Post
    But if it had been his stinky feet that he'd rubbed on the guy, we wouldn't be having this debate. My point is that the genitalia wasn't bineg used in a sexual way, so he shouldn't be charged with sexual assault. Not that he didn't do anything wrong, but being labeled a sex offender and two years is far too harsh for a stupid and over the top prank.

    If we can't distinguish between male genitals being used for a sexual reason, then we can't honestly say that women should breastfeed in public.
    I don't think rubbing your junk on some unsusecting person can be compared to public breastfeeding at all! Breastfeeding is a legit act. If I walked up and rubbed my boobs on some one, I'm sure I'd be arrested and charged for sexual assualt as well, but that still doesn't mean that it's wrong to NIP. They are two different things.

    Like it or not, we sexualize certain parts of the body. Genitals definitely. Boobs mostly (although again, NIP is legit.) You're going to get a much bigger gross out reaction if someone puts their genitals or boobs on you in an unwanted way than if they put their arm on you. And really, isn't that why he used his genitals instead of his hand? Specifically because we have that perception of genitals?
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    It's so gross and traumatic.



    "(Downing) puts his genitals in a person's face, whether it's a man or a woman, I think there should be some punishment for that," said District Attorney Leon Cannizzaro, according to CBS affiliate WWL-TV in New Orleans.

    State District Judge Karen Herman set sentencing for Nov. 29.

    A video that went viral on the Internet appeared to show someone in a University of Alabama jacket performing a simulated sex act on an unconscious man at the restaurant after the Crimson Tide beat LSU for the BCS football championship on Jan. 9.
    The LSU fan, whose name has not been released, has sued Downing, asking damages for "mental anguish, humiliation, embarrassment, anxiety and depression ... damage to reputation" and lost tuition payments "for having to withdraw from school." Under state law, lawsuits cannot include a suggested dollar amount for damages for pain and suffering.
    Alabama fan admits to sexually taunting LSU fan - CBS News
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    I am a little bit in aww of this debate. Is it for real? This is one where I really do not understand the other POV. (Not trying to be mean, I just do not understand) This seems very cut and dry to me, and I am surprised that there is opposition to to it.

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    I finally found an unedited video. I was wrong. I thought he just teabagged him.

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    I snorted at the phrase "just teabagged him."

    What did he actually do?
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    Quote Originally Posted by wlillie View Post
    But if it had been his stinky feet that he'd rubbed on the guy, we wouldn't be having this debate. My point is that the genitalia wasn't bineg used in a sexual way, so he shouldn't be charged with sexual assault. Not that he didn't do anything wrong, but being labeled a sex offender and two years is far too harsh for a stupid and over the top prank.

    If we can't distinguish between male genitals being used for a sexual reason, then we can't honestly say that women should breastfeed in public.
    Male genitals have 2 uses and neither of them are appropriate in public! There is no comparison to breastfeeding imo. And honestly to draw that comparison is offensive imo. Breasts are food! A penis does not have a food or any other non-sexual/non-urine use. There is no valid reason to pull out your penis in public.

    I can't believe you are defending this. If someone uses their genitals on someone who is non-consenting, then it is sexual assault. Period. This is not some little prank.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alissa_Sal View Post
    I don't think rubbing your junk on some unsusecting person can be compared to public breastfeeding at all! Breastfeeding is a legit act. If I walked up and rubbed my boobs on some one, I'm sure I'd be arrested and charged for sexual assualt as well, but that still doesn't mean that it's wrong to NIP. They are two different things.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alissa_Sal View Post
    I snorted at the phrase "just teabagged him."

    What did he actually do?
    It's bad. He started to teabag him, fell over onto the guys face, and then continued to move. Teabagging is not a big deal here. You pass out drunk at a party and you take the chance someone is going to pop their balls on your forehead, whether they know you or not. It was this way in Columbus Ohio, Northwestern State University, McNeese State University, Bellevue University in Nebraska, and Columbia South Carolina. Which is why it seemed so insane to me that this was considered sexual assault.

    If someone can find me anything on a woman being arrested for rubbing her boobs on anyone, you will make my day. And I know I can't be the only one who hung out more with guys than girls during their drinking/college/stupid phase on this debate board.

    Also, if anyone can provide a spot where I defend it, I'd love to see it. The guy was wrong, but to say that this was sexual (if it hadn't gone past the video in the article), is also wrong.

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    I am sorry, but IMO, anything involving a man's penis other than urinating and going to the doctor is sexual.

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    Than breastfeeding is also.

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