Woman asks 100 men to sleep with her

For many men, it might be the stuff of day dreams… an attractive woman approaches you in the street and asks if they would like to sleep with her. No complicated chat-up lines required, no strings attached. One woman, who introduces herself as ‘Andrea’, did just that in a video posted on YouTube last week.
The unique “social experiment” entitled “Asking 100 guys for sex” was filmed for online video channel Whatever and has since gone viral, attracting nearly 4.2 million views.
The 19-minute-long edited video, which was filmed over seven days, shows the woman approaching a stream of men as they go about their daily business. Dressed casually either in jeans or a pair of short denim shorts with a skimpy top, she outstretches a hand and introduces herself to the men. After one or two comments are exchanged, she asks them: “Would you like to have sex with me?” The universal reaction from the men is largely bewilderment with many thinking it is a joke.
Of the 100 men asked, 30 agreed to her brazen request and the pair promptly walk off in the direction of her house.
In one exchange, she tells a man, who’s on the phone: “You have really pretty eyes. Would you like to have sex with me?”
He looks her up and down before responding: “I have a girlfriend.”
In another awkward meeting, a long-haired, bearded student treats the request with disdain, saying “It’s a very weird proposition. It’s stepping out of regular social conventions. I’m going to walk away now.” Language doesn’t prove a barrier. When stopping a Spanish-speaking man in the street, Andrea resorts to using graphic sign language to explain what she wants. He assumes she’s a prostitute and asks cuanto? (How much?) before she reassures him it would be free and they walk off together. Further into the experiment, an older, grey-haired gentleman is taken aback by her request and says: “Why would a beautiful young girl like you say something like that?”

SOURCE: Daily Monitor


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