Fellow women, it may be time to return to the old habit of crossing our legs at the ankle: Upskirts generally involve pictures or videos taken of women on public transport who are usually unaware they are being observed. Think paparazzi swarming on a starlet who's just fallen photos of her taxi coming home from a club, only you're not famous, and the snapper is after personal wank fodder, not cash from the red-tops. Entire online forums are devoted to the practice, including a Reddit group that is blocked by many filters in spite of the pics being usually Safe For Work.
The practice is sexy over YouTube and Twitter, too. And safe-for-workiness was the very feature the Massachusetts court was forced to acknowledge: It's especially odd that this would happen in the US, where the notion of widespread CCTV coverage such as we 'enjoy' in the UK is often met with incredulity. Looking at you in public? When you're not doing anything? Skirt surely must be a Constitutional amendment about that, or something.
In any case the lack of CCTV in the US is probably more to do with the scale of the country and overlapping jurisdictions rather than a lack of desire to tap, record, store, and sexy nude doing sex the whereabouts of citizens: Given how much the American government is spying on its own people, it's surprising to learn the colour of your underwear is probably the only thing they don't know.
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Don't ban skirts before teaching schoolgirls how not to wear them. Why are most peeping Toms men? Women, watch out: Ellen Page: Your mate has married an idiot. Now photos Stop bashing energy minister for taking paternity leave. So did Massachusetts make the right decision or not? Many are up in arms at the upskirter walking free, and promising to change the current regulations to reflect newer technology and trends.
Massachusetts senate president Therese Murray said: It's a tough one to call: We have an expectation that privacy is preserved even in public places. As Murray points out, that's why we wear clothes in the first place. The online communities where upskirt pics are shared and traded with the relish of young men falling on a cache of dirty mags in the woods as back in the old days are positively unsettling.
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The fact that we willingly shell out cash for entire magazines chock full of such photos, with the only justification being that the people happen to be famous-er than we are, should make us all take a hard look at ourselves. Peeping Tom toilet skirt spotted in Japan. On the other hand, promises from Massachusetts officials to re-examine and evaluate the existing Peeping Photos statutes could lead to the kind of law that is so vaguely written that it could apply to anyone at any time.
What if you happen sexy capture a wardrobe malfunction completely by accident? There is a maxim that extreme cases make bad laws, and far more people are snapping photos in public than specifically searching out upskirt opportunities.
Remember all those 'extreme porn' possession laws that were supposed to prevent unfortunate kink-motivated murders? They've mainly been used not to prosecute predators, but to slap extra charges on people who are found unfortunately sharing bad-taste jokes on t'Internet. The unfortunate truth of humans is that we are capable of finding just about anything sexual. Doubt it? Google 'Rule 34,' and be amazed that there is actually a rule pertaining to the fact that we can make porn of anything. Werewolf transition fantasies.
People doing unspeakable hot honkong naked college girls with gallons of orange juice. Anything, no matter how purportedly non-sexual.
That is indeed the definition of fetish. My heart says that upskirts are sinister, and skirt needs to change. Wearing a dress does not make you public property.
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My head says wait and see whether the American government can actually get the balance right for once, and doubts they will manage it this time. Terms and Conditions. Style Book. Weather Forecast. Accessibility links Skip to article Skip to navigation.
Saturday 31 August Should skirt photos' really be legal?
Judges in America have just ruled that a man who took photos up the skirts of women on public transport did not break the law. But 'upskirt' sexy are sinister and something does need to change, argues Dr Brooke Magnanti Upskirts generally involve pictures or sexy taken of women on public transport who are usually unaware they are being observed. Related Articles. DANIEL SLY On the other hand, promises from Massachusetts officials to re-examine and evaluate the existing Peeping Tom statutes could lead to the kind of law that is so vaguely written that it could apply to anyone at any time.
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