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A woman has been praised for her bizarre but effective method for 'making men run away'. Watch here:
In the clip - captioned 'technique pour faire fuire un homme' (which translates to 'technique to make men run away) - she can be seen standing at a train station at night as a man tries to engage her in conversation.
However, she clearly wanted no part in it, and so she repelled the man by arching forward and releasing a demonic scream that had the chap backpedalling in a flash.
It's not clear whether the bloke was actually being a pest or whether he was an innocent victim, but either way, people were impressed by the hugely effective defence mechanism, which has to be heard to be truly appreciated.
Commenting on the video, one person said: "YAAAS get them scared."
Another commented: "YES! LET THEM HEAR YOU ROAR!"
A third added: "The way she went back to her stance ugh we love it."
Others noted it was regrettable women ever feel compelled to deploy self-defence techniques.
One person commented: "Women have to stay safe somehow, sad we have to do things like this but men have yet to be properly trained."
Another said: "It's not all men, but it's enough men."
A third added: "This is isn't even in English I understand what is happening COMPLETELY."
After police officer Wayne Couzens was charged with the murder of Sarah Everard last month, people took to social media to condemn male abuse and harassment of women under the hashtag #NotAllMenButAllWomen.
@simonpegg hitting the nail on the head.
We as men. Need to do better. #notallmenbutallwomen pic.twitter.com/IeraHsohje
- Chris Lovett* (@99lovettchr) March 12, 2021
One person wrote: "All that the #Notallmen hashtag does it to dismiss the experiences of women and girls who have faced sexual violence or harassment. Of course we know that not every man is responsible but it is important to discuss misogyny and to amplify women's voices. #notallmenbutallwomen."
Another added: "I love that we're using our voices for #notallmenbutallwomen but I am exhausted. We have been saying this stuff since we were kids and we have suffered through decades of being told to smile, whilst screaming at a brick wall, just asking to be treated like a human being."
A third said: "#NotAllMen trending so soon after such a public case of an abduction & murder of a young woman is highly insensitive. There is not 1 woman I know personally whose boundaries have not been overstepped by a man in some capacity. Maybe listen more men?! #notallmenbutallwomen."
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