Thursday, August 4, 2011

Raising Money for Charity by Grabbing Girls Boobs?!???!!!

No kidding. My good friend Michael Di Stacio of the charity Rock Challenge Japan that he's "been trying to raise money the wrong way all this time." He's introduced me to a new charity that allows people to grab the boob of teenage girls in order to raise money for charity. 

Timeout Japan has the story:

'Only in Japan': a hackneyed phrase, certainly, though we can't think of many other countries where the groping of an all-female pop group for charity would be considered 'OK'. We're not talking about one porn star groping another here, either. This is something the general public is welcome to get involved in, organised as part of a 24-hour telethon by Japanese adult channel Paradise TV. For a suggested donation of ¥1,000 ($12.94 at the time of writing), the average Jo is allowed five squeezes of a pair of breasts, with all proceeds going to the Japan Foundation for AIDS Prevention.

The pop group in question is Marshmallow 3D, an 'idol unit' that, according to The Real Live Web, have hopes of becoming a popular pop sensation – although the fact that this particular 'jun ai' ('pure love') trio were put together by Paradise TV suggests that they might not be quite so innocent. Not that porn queens haven't dabbled in pop music before – Ebisu Muscats are perhaps the best recognised singing porn collective, having scored some genuine chart success in the past year.
The 'Erotics Save the Earth' event is now in its ninth year, and is something of a highlight on the annual adult calendar. Appearing alongside Marshmallow 3D will be a host of other J-porn notables, including Maki Azusa, who recently featured in our first ever Sex Issue. She tells us that hers will be a largely hands-off role: she's being employed this year as a 24-hour topless presenter.
Grabbing girls boobs to raise money for charity? Good idea. I'm sure it will raise a lot more than just money too.... Er, I'm sure it will raise morale!

But what a bunch of stupid girls... At least, in this case, they sell their moral values for charity (and bizarre promotion)... If I were their dad, I reckon I wouldn't think too well of this....(Since I'm such a prude!)
Read more at: Timeout Japan

Thanks to Michael Di Stacio

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