Why would anyone do this to a billboard that they plastered all over the highway?
Do they think it will shift male drivers’ attention from the road? I can think of other ads that do that much better. Shouldn’t they be worried about that alfa-BLOM bank billboard that messes up your vision before you can shift back your focus on driving?
Since when are we a country that’s afraid of showing cleavage in posters? Who allowed such a thing to happen in the first place?
Newsflash: Lebanon is not an uptight and ultra-conservative country.
After watching it, I was like: Ok, this is funny and the girl is hot but that’s pretty much it. Then I looked at the view and it had 160K.
Then I glanced at the comments and saw ones that went like this:
– i just got a boner :O – by alyehab
– omg this video causes two things:
1- hard work to the right hand.
2- I have to wash my p>. – by abufaisal1980
– the more appropriate title would be ” how to make a lebanese girl give you a BJ extremely fast” – by lifesnojoke333
There are far more comments of this nature on the video. The thing in common between the users? they’re from the Arab Gulf and they are so sexually deprived, it’s getting ridiculous.
According to my friend Paul Gadallah, Arabs would “find a bar in Beirut to be porn” – and I never thought I would agree to that until I saw the comments on this video. Fine, the girl has shown cleavage – big deal. Why don’t they ask for change in their countries so seeing cleavage doesn’t become this “OMG, I JUST SAW A PART OF A BREAST” moment.
Until then, it’s our sad fate, dear Lebanese, that whenever one of our women wear something even slightly revealing, it would automatically become the jerk off material for some (yes, I’m aware this doesn’t apply to everyone so spare me the comments of you not being like this) Arabs across the Middle East.
Arabs often stereotype Lebanese women as “easy” merely because they show some skin. Is it their fault for such a stereotype? Absolutely not. Although Lebanon still has a long way to go in terms of gender equality, regionally speaking it is much more open and is one of the few countries in the region where women can dress up, go party, and in have a regular boyfriend. Lebanon even hosts the region’s first sexuality magazine, Jassad, owned by the famous Joumana Haddad. In many Arab countries, especially the Gulf, women are seen as docile creatures and in Saudi Arabia, they still cannot even drive. To them women going out showing some skin, could only mean that they are sinners; wanting sex bad and are akin to whores, but men going out and partying is perfectly fine, cementing the prevailing hypocrisy and justifying the ever prevalent sexual harassment in the region.
We, Lebanese, are proud of our women – as corny as it may be – just the way they are. Whether they choose to show skin or not, it’s not anyone’s business. And it certainly shouldn’t turn into a repressed Arab’s material for some good time.