Social Experiments

What 10 Hours Of Walking In Mumbai As A Woman Looks Like3m00s

What 10 Hours Of Walking In Mumbai As A Woman Looks Like

Mumbai-based IndieTube decided to mimic the popular ‘10 hours of walking in New York City’ video. Their model wears a top and a short skirt and walks around Mumbai city throughout the day for a 10-hour period. To their surprise, she did not get a single instance of street harassment. Mumbai which is the biggest metropolitan in South Asia surprised us when the lady was not catcalled even once. No catcalling, no lewd remarks, and no street harassment was experienced throughout the entire 10 hours of walking as a woman in Mumbai. 10 Hours of Walking in NYC as a Woman is a video created for Hollaback! by Rob Bliss Creative and featuring 24-year-old actress Shoshana Roberts. The video shows Roberts walking through various neighborhoods of New York City, wearing jeans and a black crewneck T-shirt, with a hidden camera recording her from the front. The two-minute video includes selected footage from ten hours, showcasing what has been described as "catcalls" and street harassment of Roberts by men, reporting there were 108 such instances. Bliss and executive producer and Hollaback! co-founder Emily May clarified in comments to the Washington Post that Roberts' conservative dress choice was made so as to debunk the misconception that women only get harassed if they wear revealing clothing. Check out 'Hollaback!' to donate. Creator/Owner/Director: IndieTube. Talent: Pooja Singh. Look up 'IndieTube' and 'Indietubefilms' across your favorite social networks for more! Credit to 'indietube'.

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Published: November 13, 20143,466,354 views
Firsthand perspective of homeless life - Homeless GoPro1m58s

Firsthand perspective of homeless life - Homeless GoPro

'Homeless GoPro', a project started by Kevin Adler, outfits homeless volunteers with donated GoPro cameras, which they use to capture the world as they see it. In this segment, we get a firsthand perspective of homeless life from a man living in San Francisco, California. Check out 'Homeless GoPro' for more information.

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"Real Homeless Man" eye-opening social experiment

Joseph Costello, from QuietAssassins, enlisted his friend Sandy for some help with this thought provoking social experiment, conducted on the streets of Austin, Texas. How would people react to a homeless man if he was wearing a suit? The results will surprise you! From QuietAssassins.

Baby in a hot car: Social experiment2m49s

Baby in a hot car: Social experiment

Would you save a baby from a hot car? Rob Anderson set up a car with a fake baby and a bluetooth speaker to catch peoples reactions as they walked past a car with a crying baby on a hot summer day. The results are shocking!

GoPro camera offers first-hand look on homeless life2m40s

GoPro camera offers first-hand look on homeless life

'Homeless GoPro' outfits homeless volunteers with donated GoPro cameras, which they use to capture the world as they see it. Their vision is to capture and rediscover the fragile, shared human experience in their midst. In this segment, a a homeless man provides his experience on being on the street a day before his birthday.

Awkward karate in an elevator prank2m28s

Awkward karate in an elevator prank

Mike Oxfloppin absolutely loves awkward situations, so he wanted to see how people would respond if he showed off some awkward karate moves in a confined elevator. How would you respond in a situation like that?

'Homeless GoPro' offers first-hand look on homeless life2m17s

'Homeless GoPro' offers first-hand look on homeless life

Homeless GoPro is a volunteer-led effort that outfits homeless volunteers with donated GoPro cameras, which they use to capture the world as they see it. Their vision is to capture and rediscover the fragile, shared human experience in our midst. In this feature, Adam provides us with a first-hand experience in San Francisco, California.