Archive for November, 2010

New Term For TSA Molestation: Gate Rape

Friday, November 26th, 2010

A new term for groping by TSA employees is spreading rapidly across the internet. The term for the TSA airport screening procedure is Gate Rape.

Read the additional information on 12 TSA Harassment cases by clicking on the down arrow just under the view count on this the TSA violating it’s own rules with respect to the exemption from radiation for breast milk.

Let a jury decide if the TSA went off the track” reads the headline of the article by Paul Mulshine of the Star Ledger. While appearing with United States Senator Frank Lautenberg, Janet Napolitano, Director of Homeland Security, Ms Napolitano had to backtrack from her claims about what was optional and admit “travelers have been told they face fines of as much as $11,000 for refusing to accept the pat-downs. According to the article Steve Strunsky of the Star Ledger “collared Lautenberg and asked him about a particularly disturbing case: An ABC News employee passing through Newark reported that a TSA employee had felt around inside her underwear, touching her bare skin.”

In fact the Gothamist published a report titled “3 Women Say TSA Screeners Groped Vaginas During Pat Down“.

Gary Benoit of the New American posted an article about Congressman Ron Paul on TSA Abuse: “Enough Is Enough”. Ron Paul, who posted a statement on his website, referenced the American Traveler Dignity Act he has introduced which would ensure that the TSA and its employees are subject to the same laws as the rest of us. Essentially it would mean TSA agents could be arrested for groping just the same as everyone else.

An article in the Philly Mag’s Philly Post says “TSA Makes Air Travel Seem Like Bad Reality TV“.

Natasia Langfelder’s post on the blog LEZGET Real shed more light on how Those TSA Body Scanner Things Suck.

The ACLU Reports More Than 900 Complaints This Month Over “Enhanced” TSA Security Measures and Novembers post-Thanksgiving reports are still coming in.

Lindsay Beyertein of the blog “big think” posted an article titled: “Pose Nude, or We’ll Touch Your Junk“.

The blog GladRags published a post including a quoted first hand account of how the TSA Groin Searches Menstruating Women and infowars also posted the account of how the TSA Groin Searches Menstruating Women.

The Stir had reported about the bladder cancer survivor soaked by urine when the TSA screener broke Tom Sawyer’s urostomy bag and there was no apology or offer for help at that time. The apology came later only after he’d filed a complain with the TSA.

Even after being subjected to the added radiation she did not want, TSA screeners subjected breast cancer survivor Cathy Bossy, a flight attendant, to an aggressive pat down, feeling her breasts with their full hands and then asking her to remove her prosthetic breast. Apparently TSA screeners have also been groping the genital areas of young children, traumatizing them.

The ACLU is asking people to sign a petition telling the Department of Homeland Security that the TSA must respect passenger’s privacy rights.

Surveys about the degree of acceptance of the Fourth Amendment violations of privacy and dignity have been badly skewed, because
the surveys do not include the large numbers of people who declined to fly and either stayed home or took alternative means of transportation rather than submit to being violated in this manner. Most people do not have a desire to submit to groping, assault and battery, forcible exposure, or molestation.

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Prudes Panties In A Bunch Over Diesel Brand Panty Photoshoot

Friday, November 19th, 2010

MSN NZ reports “Law school angry over library photo shoot” after Diesel took “photographs of men and women in skimpy lingerie in racy poses alongside books and computers”. Daily Mail had an online article with more photos of the models in Diesel Brand underwear posing in a Brooklyn, NY law school library as did which titled an article full of the photos: “Advertisement Photos of Diesel Be Stupid“. In fact there were a whole slew of articles that included photos like this one:

Photo of Models Posing In Diesel Brand Underwear Photoshoot

The photos were posted everywhere in the tabloids, where in typical tabloid fashion there was feigned outrage while making sure to publish the sexy photos.
The only really controversial part was that the Dean of the Law School which had rented out the space had his panties in a bunch about it after the fact, claiming the law school didn’t realize the nature of the photoshoot. Just how detached from reality are all these people who claim to be offended and where do they get off railing against free speech, free press, and photos or videos of the lingerie shoot being published?
There have been far sexier and more provocative lingerie ads in the past by other companies like Agent Provocateur, plenty of public print lingerie ads by Maidenform for decades, Underwear modeled publicly by Trashy Brand Lingerie models, Victoria’s Secret models on television and on the Jumbo-Tron in Times Square, The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue, The No Pants Subway Ride, The Jamaica Underwear Run in Central Park, NYC, several other public, and countless other events where people showed up in their panties. Appearing in public in panties has really come into vogue ever since Lady Gaga burst onto the scene seeming to appear almost everywhere out in public in her panties, including at the airport, doing screeners a favor. There were plenty of panty-clad people out protesting the TSA’s policies of either seeing everyone virtually naked or else groping them to the point of it becoming a sexual assault or abuse. It seems to me that if officials are going to condone forcing people to be seen in their underwear (or less) then voluntarily being out in public should be perfectly acceptable, and in fact it has become so. Models are regularly featured in their underwear on the covers of fashion magazines and the lingerie manufacturers and retailers post videos of their lingerie being modeled in YouTube video as do their customers. Even I have posted videos of myself male modeling different full brief panties on YouTube (Mister Panty Buns’s Channel) and have posted photos like this one of myself male modeling ladies panties before:

Vanity Fair Rose Pink Nylon Full Brief Panties Male-Modeled Back View

The New York Post also posted their report (with photos) on their YouTube channel in a video titled “Troublesome Underwear - New York Post“.
I just couldn’t resist making a comment on it.

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