As Part Of A Campaign, Mexico City Is Installing Cameras On Train Stations That Zoom In On Men’s Butts

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Using men's butts to fight sexual harassment

Remember the penis seat? Mexico is at it again with another campaign that uses men's butts to fight sexual harassment.

Posted by Mic on Wednesday, April 5, 2017

This anti-harassment campaign is using cameras to show men’s butts on public TV screens- and they don’t look too comfortable about it.

In an effort to bring awareness to sexual harassment and objectification against women, Mexico City has partnered with the organization, UN Women. As part of their anti-harassment campaign, #NoEsDeHombres, Mexico City has implemented protest strategies – which many men are not too happy about.

Their anti-harassment campaign first started with the penis seat – a metro seat in the form of a male torso… and an erected penis. Sounds uncomfortable, right? And now, public transportation officials are adding butt cameras around different train stops, which intentionally zoom in on men’s butts. Check out the video and look at how the men reacted when they saw out their butts being filmed and displayed on public TV monitors.

While some people thought this was an effective tactic, others thought it was wrong and unnecessary. What do you think? Let us know in the poll below.


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