I couldn’t find the original of this video on youtube. However, plenty of thieves from the Let’s Cheat Our Way Through Everything And Steal Anything We Want generation have posted it–with their own totally dumbassed titles besides. If you find the original PLEASE post it so I can update, as no thief deserves the traffic for this video. But it seems these days that, no sooner does a creative person with a brain actually produce something, when a slug who can’t do anything well but steal, appropriates it for him/herself. (Update: I found the original and updated). I think what people do with other people’s intellectual property is a sign of of a morally bankrupt society. Who wants to hire people like this?).
A film student was disgusted with the Steubenville, Ohio, rape case coverage, so she directed a short video to spread a message she felt was glaringly absent: Real men do not rape.
Samantha Stendal, a sophomore film student at the University of Oregon, gathered a few friends to act in her anti-rape public service announcement, “A Needed Response,” after the high-profile trial of Trent Mays and Ma’lik Richmond, who were convicted of raping a 16-year-old girl.
“I just wanted something positive out there,” Stendal told the Daily News, “especially after there had been so many negative responses and people going directly to victim blaming.”
The video shows a man stumble (sic) upon a sleeping woman.
You can read the story here.
You go girl. And thank you to Justin Gotchall for acting like a Real Man should act.