Are You Looking at My Junk?

Last week, there was a popular video of the viral variety that managed to circulate its way around the World Wide Web. This video featured two attractive young women. One of these women attached a miniature camcorder to her derriere. She then walked down the street, and the camera recorded the reactions and the stares from passersby. The conclusion: men and women enjoy staring at a pretty-looking lady’s behind.

But guess what? It goes both ways. In fact, it’s harder for men to walk down a street. People are always staring, gawking, fawning, and panting at our crotches. What’s worse is that we can see it. This disrespect and abuse is enough to make any man want to walk backward. It’s just a completely unfair double standard. Thankfully, two friends sought to right this wrong, creating a response to the buttcam. Behold: the Front View Boys.


About Ryan O'Hanlon

Ryan O'Hanlon is the managing editor of the Good Men Project. He used to play soccer and go to college. He's still trying to get over it. You can follow him on Twitter @rwohan.


  1. dylan suppiah says:

    Frankly, why wouldn’t anyone not stare at a crotch which has a cam recorder attached to it?

  2. “I don’t know how many times in my lifetime I’ve noticed people checking out my package without my knowing it.” Wait. You’ve noticed it repeatedly, but you didn’t know it was happening?

    Had all the articulate people gone to bed already when you decided to make this video?

  3. The Dom says:

    That was hilarious. I really did think those smiles were lascivious at first!

  4. Mervyn Kaufman says:

    It seems to me this is a bogus experiment….I mean, if you were to prop a camera on top of your head and walk down the street, I’m sure people would be staring at your head, not your junk.

  5. Henry Vandenburgh says:

    I’m stuffing a couple sox in my codpiece.

  6. Incognito says:

    We do feel judged though. I know I feel terrible when people stare at me.

  7. The difference is that we don’t deal with the jeering street harassment that women deal with. We don’t feel threatened by someone staring at our crotch.

    Bear in mind that, while everyone stares, we men are the ones with the power.

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