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Subject: Re: Operation Tuli (public circumcisions in the Philippines)


Author:
Tala
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Date Posted: 13:55:10 12/25/19 Wed
In reply to: Shrek 's message, "Re: Operation Tuli (public circumcisions in the Philippines)" on 12:44:16 12/25/19 Wed

I am Filipino and have seen the races too. From a frmale standpoint it is very exciting to watch as a young girl. Many adult women also and enjoy seeing their little Dickies grow stiff and bounce as they run.
I remember about 40 years ago when I was 9 years we would put our names in a bowl and they would pick 3 girls to paint the numbers on the nude boys bellies. I won that year and I got to stand right beside the nude boys and get a really good look at their Dickies! I saw everything they had and was only inches away. Their erect Dickies were deep red in color and I could see bumps and veins on their shaft.
Shrek is correct that the boys were very embarrassed, who wouldn't be? There they were all nude with so many girls all around you! Yes the boys had hard-ons and they ran with their Dickies bouncing all around.
We did laugh as they tried to be brave about us seeing all they had. There were no secrets about their bodies we didn't see. It was all very much put in the open
The prizes are very very nice ranging from appliances to jewelery and cash. It is understandable why the mothers make their sons run nude and exposed to everyone. It had to be embarrassing for those boys as the girls did laugh at their situation.
Usually their sisters take the boys up to the starting line to see the other boys at close range. The sometimes have to take their clothes off if the boy has a change of heart. He is usually already erect and quite the spectacle now standing there nude and erect.
After the race the braver girls tap the boys dickies if they are close enough. It is kind of a tradition and I always loved that part. It is most fun if the boy is erect and you can make his Dickie flop around. Everyone laughs as his erection wobbles after a good yap and the younger girls see how it is done! It is obvious that the boys hate that part but it is a tradition for us girls to carry on.
Yes, boy nudity is common there but the boys still erect and show signs of humiliation as they stand totally exposed to girls of all ages. We enjoy seeing the boys standing there all embarrassed even though we saw them only days ago nude on the beach! Go figure! I guess they excite as the girls get to see all their secrets resulting in erections. Either way it is very exciting for most girls to see their boy parts on such a public platform!

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John to Tala (Mad)
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Date Posted: 14:51:01 12/25/19 Wed

Since Money was a big motive, two ramifications come to mind.

One families likely made it compulsory for the boy to compete. He was treated like a whore with his family as his pimp - trade your naked body for money which I, as your pimp, will keep.

Second, there could well have been follow-on abuse if he didnít win. He could be accused of not trying hard enough and being too distracted by his humiliation. We all can imagine where that can lead as the parents try to help him overcome his humiliation in prep for next years race. Maybe keep him naked in public as much as possible to get him used to it.

That continual humiliation technique has been threatened many times by Mothers in posts on this site when the boy resists. While there may be some truth in this helping him overcome humiliation since now his life is nothing but humiliation, there is certainly evil in it as well. And I would think negative repercussions to all relationships between the abusers and the boy.
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George (Spelvin)
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Date Posted: 09:24:43 12/27/19 Fri

John, you may be comforted to know that there are lots of Philippine people who say the same thing:

https://opinion.inquirer.net/9137/nude-festival-abused-innocent-children
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John to George (Mad)
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Date Posted: 12:22:45 12/27/19 Fri

Thanks for the links, George. It is nice to know my reaction is not out of left field because I am an American and am applying my cultural values on another culture. While that is true, it is nice to see people in their own country condemning it.
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George (Spelvin)
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Date Posted: 09:56:01 12/27/19 Fri

In fact, the organizers of the event in San Mateo were tried for child abuse in 2011:
https://www.spot.ph/newsfeatures/48698/boys-aged-11-to-13-run-around-nude-in-festival-in-san-mateo-raise-issues-of-child-abuse


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Tala
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Date Posted: 01:45:04 12/26/19 Thu

See it as you like. You don't understand, it was not criminal and most of all not in the States. Your value system is not a concern in the Philippines.
When girls were 14 we were actually whored out for sex with American GI Joe! Think about that for a minute! Your people came to my country and were a direct influence on me being sexually abused by soldiers. So please don't lecture me about prostitution.Remember, each time you point a finger at someone there are 3 pointing right back at you.
The boys were forced to run nude and their Dickies were exposed to any and all who wished to see them. As a girl we really didn't think about how abusive the race was, we were looking directly at their Dickies, who wouldn't? It was fun and very exciting!
These were the same boys who swam nude at the beach, there were a lot off money boys and a large grouping of girls excited getting to see them erect and embarrassed. Yes there was excitement seeing them embarrassed and sharing their erections as they grew! We were young!
It was a different time, different culture and a different country. Kind of like you bitching about nude boys of the Amazon Valley or nude men and boys of African tribes. I have seen many pictures of teen girls enjoying looking at their Dickies in remote locations in the name of religion.
I just don't understand your crusade?
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John to Tala (Mad)
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Date Posted: 02:34:39 12/26/19 Thu

I am not meaning to lecture you. As a young girl, of course you would look and participate if you could. I am not blaming you. It is the system that I am blaming. And the parents who did this to their unwilling child.

It is awful that you were whored out at 14. Obviously wrong.

However I am not blind to economic pressures. If your family is starving, I can see most barriers being broken. You have to eat and have shelter first. So people do what they have to do.

Itís the discretionary abuse, in any country, that I protest.
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John to Tela (Mad)
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Date Posted: 04:38:38 12/26/19 Thu

I sincerely apologize to you. I should have just addressed the topic, not addressed he topic through you. There was no reason for that because I meant no criticism if you.

But by doing so, I dredged up what I am sure are horrible memories of your experiences. Even if it was unintentional, that was wrong and hurtful that my comment caused that. I will try to do better and focus on the topic when I have no comment to the poster.


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