Thailand: In the video you can see a girl who’s injured by an accident, and there was a man who was touching her private part.
Who is pervert? The guy on the phone who is holding her tits or the biggest perv is behind the camera filming?
These perverts are out of their mind.
WARNING: Graphic language
A man accused of fondling himself by a woman on a No. 2 train was publicly shamed — right off the train — by the enraged, foul-mouthed straphanger who captured the bizarre subway encounter in a now-viral video.
“What are you doing? You’re over here rubbing your d-ck. What the f–k are you doing?” Deanna Carter can be heard shouting in the cellphone video — which focuses on a terrified-looking man sitting directly across from her on the Bronx-bound train.
In the 2-minute cellphone video — which Carter uploaded to Facebook Monday — she continuously berates the man on the crowded train, saying, “You want to do that freaky sh-t, do that sh-t off the mother—king train.”
Carter even threatens the man as he sits quietly with his backpack in his lap.
“Do it again and I’ma get up out this chair and I’ma bust your f–king ass on this train. We understand each other? Do we f–king understand each other?” Carter shouts, prompting the man to nod in agreement.
“You wanna’ rub your d-ck, b-tch. You rub your d-ck when you get off the mother—king train … I’m in one of those moods. I will f–k you up on this train, you hear me?”
Carter demanded that the man exit the train at the next stop at the Times Square-42nd Street station.
“When this train stops, you get the f–k off. Do you understand me? I can’t hear you. Say you understand me, miss!” Carter says, and the man can be heard whispering, “I understand you.”
Carter continues, “I don’t give a f–k if this ain’t your stop. You get off this train with that freaky sh-t. Get up!”
And the apparently mortified man obeys and gets up.
“Get the f–k off before I beat the sh-t out of you,” Carter says before dozens of stunned straphangers. “You got the right one, honey, because I’m a crazy b-tch, please believe me!”
She says again, “Get the f–k off this train,” before the man scampers off.
Carter uploaded the dramatic video to her Facebook page with the caption: “TELL ME WHY THIS DUDE WAS RUBBING HIS PENIS SITTING ACROSS FROM ME. I WENT OFF! I’M SO MAD RIGHT NOW. GOT HIS FACE ON VIDEO THO. HE BETTER HOPE I NEVER SEE HIS NASTY ASS AGAIN!”
Watch the footage of Carter confronting the man on the subway, as posted on her Facebook page in http://nypost.com/2016/08/16/woman-goes-off-on-perv-fondling-himself-on-subway/
Police hunt pervert ‘gcJosh’ over broad daylight amateur porn videos in Gold Coast parks, shopping centre
WARNING – GRAPHIC CONTENT: A pervert filming lewd videos of himself and unsuspecting members of the public in Gold Coast parks, playgrounds and shopping centres has sparked a police man hunt.
The man calls himself ‘gcJosh’ and has uploaded a series of clips of his public sexual antics to pornography sites.
Some clips have been published as recently as this month but police remain baffled as to his real identity.
“This type of behaviour in public places is disturbing and unlawful and will not be tolerated. Police are very keen for any information that would lead to identifying this individual.” Senior Sergeant Godbold said.
A Coomera police spokesman told the Daily Mail that, while the videos were posted to a legitimate pornography site, they still constituted as crimes in Queensland.
Woman filmed jogging by a playground pervert as he made gay porn films at children’s parks is too scared to run alone
- Man known as ‘gcJosh’ creats X-rated videos in public locations
His videos also appear to target unsuspecting women and men with hidden cameras, with several of his victims filmed without their knowledge in and around public toilets.
According to the Brisbane Times one video shows a public meeting between ‘gcJosh’ and another man before the pair engage in a public sex act.
The Gold Coast Bulletin reports some of his videos were shot at the Westfield Helensvale shopping centre as well as Colgate-Palmolive Park at Arundel.
- Videos show him appearing at Westfield Helensvale and Arundel Park
The man known as ‘gcJosh’ turned a shopping centre parking lot at Westfield Helensvale and Colgate-Palmolive Park at Arundel in the Gold Coast into a film set for obscene material.
He appears tall and thin with a very pale complexion, and dark brown hair and eyes.
- The videos posted on porn sites show him perving at men and woman
‘The videos are posted up on a legitimate porn site but what he is doing is considered as a public nuisance offence,’ a spokesperson from Coomera police station told Daily Mail Australia.
‘Those sort of acts are illegal, it goes further if you’re a mother or father and are suddenly exposed to pornographic acts, it’s seriously wrong.
‘Can you imagine if you had a child and you see that display in public…go home and do whatever you want there’s no need to do it in public.’
The videos have since been removed.
- Woman filmed by gcJosh jogging in a park is now too scared to run alone
A woman who was secretly filmed jogging in a park by a man creating vulgar X-rated videos is now too scared to jog alone after spotting herself in a video.
The woman was left shocked after realising she had been recorded in a busy and open park but had not seen him, reported the Gold Coast Bulletin.
‘I saw it and thought, “Oh, my God, it’s me”. I went into shock and felt a bit sick,’ the woman said.
‘I probably won’t run by myself ever again.
‘God only knows what he’s capable of — I hope they catch him.’
- He also filmed himself performing sex acts with a blow-up-doll in public
In the disturbing videos the man is seen performing sex acts on himself as well as on a blow-up-doll while at a playground after walking around naked.
- A 34-year-old man has been interviewed by police
Police have since spoken to a 34-year-old man after they were made aware of the vile posts created in public.
He Picked the Wrong Bus! Pervert Gets a Slap after Flashing at a Female Passenger
The incident, caught on camera, showed the 34-year-old man, identified only by his initials AEA, being confronted by his victim after he allegedly showed her his genitals on the bus in Turkey’s north-western Kocaeli province.
The disgusted woman then starts beating the accused harasser, and when he does not react, other women on the bus join in, with some of them kicking him.
Watch video in https://youtu.be/YHqmSyiX58A
– corrupt morally or by intemperance or sensuality
– a person whose behavior deviates from what is acceptable especially in sexual behavior
– practice sophistry; change the meaning of or be vague about in order to mislead or deceive
To pervert something is to corrupt it. For example, you could “pervert the course of justice” by lying on the witness stand.
Another common use of pervert is as a word for a person who is sexually deviant; however, people also use this word more loosely to describe anyone who seems creepy. Perverting also means changing or subverting something. A cop who breaks the law is perverting the law. A criminal who convinces other people to become criminals is perverting them. So when you think of pervert, think change — change for the worse.
Perversion is a type of human behavior that deviates from that which is understood to be orthodox or normal. Although the termperversion can refer to a variety of forms of deviation, it is most often used to describe sexual behaviors that are considered particularly abnormal, repulsive or obsessive. Perversion differs from deviant behavior, in that the latter covers areas of behavior (such as petty crime) for which perversion would be too strong a term. It is often considered derogatory, and, in psychological literature, the termparaphilia has been used as a replacement, though this term is controversial, and deviation is sometimes used in its place.
The verb pervert is less narrow in reference than the related nouns, and can be used without any sexual connotations. It is used in English law for the crime of perverting the course of justice which is a common law offence. There is a transition to the sexual in ‘the technique of purposeful perversion’ of conversational remarks: “Purposeful perversion of what a woman has said … is a long step closer to a direct attempt at seduction or rape.”
The noun sometimes occurs in abbreviated slang form as “perv” and used as a verb meaning “to act like a pervert”, and the adjective “pervy” also occurs. All are often, but not exclusively, used non-seriously.
Paraphilia (also known as sexual perversion and sexual deviation) is the experience of intense sexual arousal to atypical objects, fetishes, situations, fantasies, behaviors, or individuals. No consensus has been found for any precise border between unusual sexual interests and paraphilic ones. There is debate over which, if any, of the paraphilias should be listed in diagnostic manuals, such as the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) or the International Classification of Diseases (ICD).
The number and taxonomy of paraphilias is under debate; one source lists as many as 549 types of paraphilias. The DSM-5 has specific listings for eight paraphilic disorders. Several sub-classifications of the paraphilias have been proposed, and some argue that a fully dimensional, spectrum or complaint-oriented approach would better reflect the evidence.
Many terms have been used to describe atypical sexual interests, and there remains debate regarding technical accuracy and perceptions of stigma. Sexologist John Money popularized the term paraphilia as a non-pejorative designation for unusual sexual interests. Money described paraphilia as “a sexuoerotic embellishment of, or alternative to the official, ideological norm.” Psychiatrist Glen Gabbard writes that despite efforts by Stekel and Money, “the term paraphilia remains pejorative in most circumstances.”
Coinage of the term paraphilia (paraphilie) has been credited to Friedrich Salomon Krauss in 1903, and it entered the English language in 1913, in reference to Krauss by urologist William J. Robinson. It was used with some regularity by Wilhelm Stekel in the 1920s.The term comes from the Greek παρά (para) “beside” and φιλία (-philia) “friendship, love”.
In the late 19th century, psychologists and psychiatrists started to categorize various paraphilias as they wanted a more descriptive system than the legal and religious constructs of sodomy and perversion. Before the introduction of the term paraphilia in the DSM-III (1980), the term sexual deviation was used to refer to paraphilias in the first two editions of the manual. In 1981, an article published in American Journal of Psychiatry described paraphilia as “recurrent, intense sexually arousing fantasies, sexual urges, or behaviors generally involving:
- Non-human objects
- The suffering or humiliation of oneself or one’s partner
- Non-consenting persons
Homosexuality and non-heterosexuality
Homosexuality was at one time discussed as a sexual deviation. Sigmund Freud and subsequent psychoanalytic thinkers considered homosexuality and paraphilias to result from psychosexual non-normative relations to the Oedipal complex. As such, the term sexual perversion or the epithet pervert have historically referred to gay men, as well as other non-heterosexuals (people who fall out of the perceived norms of sexual orientation).
By the mid-20th century, mental health practitioners began formalizing “deviant sexuality” classifications into categories. Originally coded as 000-x63, homosexuality was the top of the classification list (Code 302.0) until the American Psychiatric Association removed homosexuality from the DSM in 1974. Martin Kafka writes, “Sexual disorders once considered paraphilias (e.g., homosexuality) are now regarded as variants of normal sexuality.”
A 2012 literature study by clinical psychologist James Cantor, when comparing homosexuality with paraphilias, found that both share “the features of onset and course (both homosexuality and paraphilia being life-long), but they appear to differ on sex ratio, fraternal birth order, handedness, IQ and cognitive profile, and neuroanatomy”. The research then concluded that the data seems to suggest paraphilias and homosexuality as two distinct categories, but regarded the conclusion as “quite tentative” given the current limited understanding of paraphilias.
The causes of paraphilic sexual preferences in people are unclear, although a growing body of research points to a possible prenatal neurodevelopmental correlation. A 2008 study analyzing the sexual fantasies of 200 heterosexual men by using the Wilson Sex Fantasy Questionnaire exam, determined that males with a pronounced degree of fetish interest had a greater number of older brothers, a high 2D:4D digit ratio (which would indicate excessive prenatal estrogen exposure), and an elevated probability of being left-handed, suggesting that disturbed hemispheric brain lateralization may play a role in deviant attractions.
Behavioral explanations propose that paraphilias are conditioned early in life, during an experience that pairs the paraphilic stimulus with intense sexual arousal. Susan Nolen-Hoeksema suggests that, once established, masturbatory fantasies about the stimulus reinforce and broaden the paraphilic arousal.
There is scientific and political controversy regarding the continued inclusion of sex-related diagnoses such as the paraphilias in the DSM, due to the stigma of being classified as a mental illness.
Some groups, seeking greater understanding and acceptance of sexual diversity, have lobbied for changes to the legal and medical status of unusual sexual interests and practices. Charles Allen Moser, a physician and advocate for sexual minorities, has argued that the diagnoses should be eliminated from diagnostic manuals.
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