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


Author:
Rodrigo
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Date Posted: 15:10:27 12/30/19 Mon
In reply to: Ajax 's message, "Re: Operation Tuli (public circumcisions in the Philippines)" on 15:04:20 12/30/19 Mon

There used to be many more boys who raced for prizes years ago. I noticed the races looked to be held in a smaller city than San Mateo where I raced and there were maybe 25 or 30 nude boys.
We had to have numbers painted on our stomachs and there were girls at the starting lines mingling and of course touching!
Erections were common and boys covered up as we stood in front of all those girls. It was very embarrassing knowing people were recording your nudity in public like that!

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Author:
Don to Rodrigo
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Date Posted: 16:01:34 12/30/19 Mon

I also noticed from the old videos which have been taken down that there used to be a lot more boys taking part in these nude street races. The newer ones which are being uploaded seem to have fewer boys taking part.
But the format seems to be the same. The boys line up at one end of the street and race to the other end and back.

How old were you when you took part in these races and were they forced or voluntary?
Were the winners given any prizes?
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stevem55 to Don
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Date Posted: 03:15:18 12/31/19 Tue

Don, thank you for the videos you found and provided. In the long one at the beginning, can you imagine what those girls are thinking as they walk to the site of the "challenge", knowing the kind of entertainment they are about to see.
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Don to stevem55
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Date Posted: 09:18:57 12/31/19 Tue

I don't know what the girls are thinking but they certainly look excited about it.


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


Author:
George (Spelvin)
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Date Posted: 17:16:54 12/30/19 Mon

Hello, Rodrigo!

I found a couple of websites which said that this sort of thing was tried recently in a neighborhood in San Mateo, but they got in trouble for child abuse.

It's probably more dangerous to try something like this in a large city, where everything is more modernized, westernized, industrialized, in closer contact with the rest of the world, and therefore in closer contact with sexual abuse paranoia.

Doggone it, Rodrigo, I'm frustrated!
I'm trying to learn all I can about takbong hubo, but I can't find any books, articles, or websites on the subject!
That means that I have to rely on you!

I can't even find answers to simple questions.
Does it have some religious significance?
Is it held on a religious holiday, or a national holiday?
Is it voluntary or involuntary on the part of the boys?
Does it have any connection with the annual circumcision event?
What does the boys' nudity symbolize?
Does it symbolize something, or is it just for the heck of it?

Are there any good books on the subject, written in Filippino?
If there are, I'll copy them letter by letter and run them through the Google translator.

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Author:
George (Spelvin)
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Date Posted: 12:36:26 01/01/20 Wed

Rodrigo, I just noticed that you grew up in San Mateo.
I see that the takbong hubo custom is being contested in San Mateo:

https://newsinfo.inquirer.net/19305/san-mateo-execs-rapped-over-‘nude-festival’
https://www.spot.ph/newsfeatures/48698/boys-aged-11-to-13-run-around-nude-in-festival-in-san-mateo-raise-issues-of-child-abuse

Aren't you heart-broken?


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