WHEN FEMALES SNIPE PICTURES OF CUTE GUYS IN PUBLIC, IS THAT CONSIDERED PERVERTED?

Dear Editors,

I came across this facebook post by a female. She has “sniped” a Caucasian man and share it brazenly on Facebook asking her friend if he is her cup of tea?

If Singaporean man does the same, he will be branded a pervert and sick in the mind and probably invited to lim kopi by the Singapore Police Force. But why are Singaporean women exempted from such treatment? Where is the gender equality? Why are men discriminated?

Just look at how many articles condemning men for taking photos of pretty girls on train

http://www.asiaone.com/singapore/caught-act-woman-exposes-man-who-secretly-filmed-her-nel-train
http://stomp.straitstimes.com/singapore-seen/urban-jungle/uncle-caught-red-handed-taking-photos-girl-mrt
http://www.theindependent.sg/police-refused-to-take-action-against-man-who-took-unauthorised-pictures-of-woman-in-mrt/

Satorial
A.S.S. Contributor

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