Guys are a pretty thirsty bunch, and don’t even try to fight me on that.
Sure there are a rare few who seem to be on Gandhi’s level when it comes to girls, but I think it’s a safe bet to say that majority of guys would probably find their heads turning if Jessica Alba went sauntering past in a G-String.
And to drive my point home, just look at the recently shut-down Instagram site, SGInstaBabes.
Apparently, raging hormones contribute so much towards the country’s financial economy that an Instagram account with a focus on scantily-clad local girls could actually rake in company-level profits. Cough Patreon Cough.
Indeed, guys are a pretty thirsty bunch, and I’m not proud to say that I’m in the mix. But really, even with their unquenched thirst, there are quite a few limitations one should never cross. One’s hooking up with Steven Lim over a cuppa of tequila, and another’s…
Exploiting innocent schoolgirls.
Created last year, the account in question, SGJCBabes, posts pictures of female students in uniform alongside lewd captions.
Followers of the private page are encouraged to leave inappropriate comments, which might stand a chance to be highlighted on the account’s Instagram Stories function.
Apparently, the page has almost 2,000 followers and 13 posts, though the last we checked the account seems to be down.
But don’t stop reading just yet
Because like every successful book out there, there’s a plot twist nobody asked for:
The page had apparently shifted to a new account last December.
But like its parent account, Instagram users have come flocking in, and the new account (as of last week) boasts more than 200 followers and 28 posts.
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Aggressive sexual comments
According to The New Paper, a check on the new Instagram account last week had revealed several aggressive sexual comments on the photos of the girls.
The photos, which primarily featured innocent ones of female students at birthday parties or school sports days, seem to have been derived from other social media platforms.
And it seems that the Ministry of Education is already aware of this issue.
“MOE is aware of the Instagram page and have shared our concerns with Facebook (which owns Instagram),” a MOE spokesman said.
“We will continue to monitor and work with relevant ministries and agencies to take action against such sites.”
She added that students are schooled on the importance of taking precautions online.
“As part of Cyber Wellness education, students are advised to refrain from revealing personal information online,” she said.
“They are also warned to be mindful of the privacy settings for their social media accounts and to report all incidents where their photographs are misused.
“Schools also engage parents as partners in educating their children to be safe and discerning users of digital space.”
According to Chinese daily Lianhe Wanbao, the Principal of Catholic Junior College had been forced to take action after being informed of the page’s existence by a member of the public. The school has stated its intention to ensure the well-being of the students involved.
And if you thought that ‘outrage of modesty’ applies only to the physical world…
For under section 509 of the Penal Code, it’s a crime to use any word or gesture to insult the modesty of a woman. And as Lawyer James Ow Yong of Kalco Law expressed, the account holder and those behind lewd comments might have violated the law in the process.
“The fact that the woman is a minor is an exceptionally aggravating factor which may warrant a custodial sentence,” he said.
Those found guilty of using any word or gesture to insult a woman’s modesty can be fined, jailed up to a year, or both.
And that brings us to the moral of the story…
Respect females of all ages. For as my lieutenant in the army so aptly said before:
“Women are meant to be loved and respected, not derogated and objectified.”
“Bullshit, you know bloody well you don’t believe that you horny boy, what with your endless boxes of tissue and dubious search histories.”
A-Aunt Matilda! What’re you saying? I’m like the purest boy to have ever existed on this planet-
“Cut the crap you swine. If you’re not gonna practice what you preach I’ll do it for you. Hey, you readers out there, you listening to me? If you’re a guy, jolly well keep your cannon in your pants, or I’ll stuff your balls in your m-”
(Editor: Someone stop this crazy woman!)
Aunt Matilda you gotta stop! This is Goody Feed; we have age-restricted protocols to follow!
“****ing bullshit, you ****ing know the kinds of ****ing topics you guys wrote in the past. You ****-”
The writer has been told to wash clothes for six months.
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