Nudity isn’t inherently sexual.

Walking up to a girl, while naked, tapping on her shoulder and asking for her phone number isn’t harassment. Walking up to a girl, while naked and jerking it, tapping on her shoulder and asking for her phone number riiiiight when you cum on her new cashmere sweater is, though.

Which brings me back to my first statement: nudity isn’t inherently sexual, so the simple act of being naked isn’t sexual harassment. It might be illegal depending where you do it and you can probably get arrested, especially if there are kids around. But…being naked and tra-la-la going about your day ISN’T THE MOST HORRIBLE THING YOU COULD DO.

I thought that needed to be pointed out, because according to a few articles and blog posts, walking around naked and asking girls for their phone number is the most horrible thing you could do, especially if you’re a Norwegian YouTube personality by the name of Fred Fairhair.

Asking a girl for her phone number isn’t a douche move, no matter what you’re wearing. Just don’t call her a bitch if she says no, because that sends you right back to Doucheville.

So yeah, Fred Fairhair probably only got away with his naked pick-up video stunt because of the “pretty young white boy” privilege and because Norwegian ladies are notoriously easy, but that doesn’t make him a sexual predator.

Boy took some precautions. Fred filmed this video in a public place, in the middle of the day, and only approached women who were in groups.
 



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