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S’poreans marvel at SAFRA’s ingenious ad promoting rape

Posted on 09 March 2014

They get its message loud and clear.

Photo stolen from here

Photo stolen from here

Singaporeans from all walks of life are clapping their hands and nodding their heads signalling profound comprehension.

This after they saw the advertisement put up by SAFRA promoting its gym and rape culture.

Qiang Jian Fan, a local, said: “I understand what this ad means. It shows that the woman must train hard so that she can successfully defend herself against rapists, like the two men in the picture.”

“If not, it is her fault.”

Other Singaporeans take a more contrarian view of the ad.

Lai Zhuo Ai, another Singaporean, said: “This ad shows that men must train hard so that they can rape more.”

However, not everyone is of the same opinion.

Qu Ni De, another local, said: “I think this is SAFRA’s way of showing its middle finger to AWARE for causing the Purple Light song to be banned from camps.”


Read how this story developed:
SAFRA releases new gym ad targeting men, undoes sexism of previous ad

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