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Wuhan Shopping Street Advertises ‘All Man Service’ for Women’s Day

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Yesterday was International Women’s Day and to celebrate, one shopping center in Wuhan decided to give the ladies of the city a treat, by putting on an ‘All Man’ show.

Six ‘fierce men’, topless and in aprons and sunglasses, appeared on a stage immediately drawing large crowds. The men walked the catwalk in high heels and picked up random women who wanted to pose for photos with them, giving them ‘queen-level service’.

Screw wage equality, these event organizers know what women really want.

Source: Tencent

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6 Comments ( Add your comment )


Agree. And the men in the picture hardly look "fierce". Puny little boys is more like it.

Mar 09, 2015 19:48

Those men certainly do look ‘fierce' in their high heels and aprons. It is hard for me to imagine women want a guy stealing their shoes and clothes.

Mar 09, 2015 21:31

haha, it's true.

Jul 06, 2015 18:11

If there's an international men's day, can men get service from braless svelte hotties in men's tank top tees and combat boots?

Mar 10, 2015 09:20

'Screw wage equality, these event organizers know what women really want.' That's what they really want?

Mar 11, 2015 14:15

In America they'd be criticized for discrimination against lesbians

Mar 13, 2015 08:00

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