Teasing a Girl in Public Backfires

See how a girl reacts to put the nasty fellow in place! The video is a call to action. No rule or order can completely wash away the menace from a men-centric society like ours unless every woman rises up and fight back. ‘Eve Teasing a Girl Backfires’ features a girl who is frequently harassed by a man in a public place.

The girl fires back in a very contrasting way. She along with her friends teases the same man and put him down with embasement to show how does it feel when people annoy you with sexual remarks or gestures. ‘Eve Teasing a Girl Backfires’ is a humble try to think from the girls’ side. The video ‘Eve Teasing a Girl Backfires’ refers to the right to move of every woman, no matter whether it is a public place or private space; day or night.

Sarcasm is a large component of social interaction and conversation. To demonstrate a sense of humor, people frequently use sarcasm as a means of “breaking the ice” during initial encounters with others. People also use sarcasm as a means of being comedic with groups of friends. They say something contrary to what they feel and/or believe for the purpose of being funny. Sarcasm, in these instances, seems harmless and playful. But is it really? Too much sarcasm is annoying and hurtful, but can even a minimal amount be too much? Why would people joke around by saying the absolute opposite of what they mean? Would not that cause unnecessary confusion and frustration?

There are also people who say sarcasm should not even be used as a means of being funny because one can never be certain how serious the sarcastic person is. How does sarcasm affect inter- and cross-gender relationships? Do males make sarcastic remarks more than females or do both genders use this means of communication with the same frequency? Individuals have different experiences, but generally speaking, do both sexes experience sarcasm the same way?