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Melbourne Mad Monday video: Glen Waverley sex act is nothing compared to footy guys: Jana Hocking

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Confession time: I’ve seen ‘that’ video – the one doing the rounds on Twitter and popping up in WhatsApp groups across the country featuring two footy players in a pub during Mad Monday celebrations taking part in an act of ‘sexuality’ earth’ .

It is claimed that one of the men lost a bet and in the grainy footage you can see that his ‘punishment’ was to put the winning man’s genitals in his mouth for about ten seconds while the ‘winner’ gave his friends a thumbs up. up and she applauds him.

My first reaction was ‘huh’?! My second reaction was ‘why?’ and my third reaction… if I’m being honest was… ‘WTF?!’ Sure, on paper it looks like a sexual act, but watching the video I can say with absolute certainty that there was nothing sexual about it.

There was no moaning, no sexual spike, and certainly no “excitement” from either of them. It just gave real ‘Lads! guys! Boys!’ vibes, with all the cheers and laughter that, rather immature, was meant to be.

Confession time: I’ve seen ‘that’ video – the one doing the rounds on twitter and popping up in WhatsApp groups across the country involving two footy players in a pub during Mad Monday celebrations taking part in an act of ‘sexual nature’ (photo, Jana Hocking)

Shocking images have surfaced of the raucous Mad Monday celebrations at the Glen Waverley footy club where a young man performed a sexual act on his teammate

Shocking images have surfaced of the raucous Mad Monday celebrations at the Glen Waverley footy club where a young man performed a sexual act on his teammate

But the content is undeniable, one man put another man’s genitals in his mouth. In a crowded pub. Surrounded by others. In what seems like daytime hours.

So puzzle me this… why do guys do sex acts with each other, but still… ‘It’s not gay!’ Seriously. The mind bewilders.

After the post-match celebrations, one of the players knocked on his door, presented his “masculinity” and said, “Would you like to come?” while pointing to his over-excited anatomy.

Well actually, on closer inspection not. I remember a straight friend who laughed and told me how he and his friends in college would help each other “release the tension” late at night.

I also listened intently to a former friend of a rugby player who joked about the ‘boys’ activities that took place on outings.

One of the Glen Waverley players lost a bet from his teammate - forced to perform the lewd act in the middle of a packed public pub

One of the Glen Waverley players lost a bet from his teammate – forced to perform the lewd act in the middle of a packed public pub

One story somewhat shocked me. He revealed late at night, after the post-match celebrations, that one of the players knocked on his door, presented his “manliness” and said, “Do you want to move on?” while pointing to his over-excited anatomy.

I asked him if the player was gay, and he laughed and said no, he just wanted to “solve the situation in his pants!” I can’t say that any of my female friends put me in a similar situation.

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And finally, I even remember a friend who had been in prison explaining that “gay at the gates” is simply the term for guys in prison who have intimate relationships with each other until they are released and return to “real” partnerships .

So the real question is, does this make them gay? Bisexual? Liquid? Or controversial thought… actually still straight?!

According to author Jane Ward, associate professor of women’s studies at the University of California, the answer is yes, straight men can participate in homosexual acts and still be straight!

'I was a bit shocked by one story.  He revealed late at night, after the post-match celebrations, that one of the players knocked on his door, presented his

‘I was a bit shocked by one story. He revealed late at night, after the post-match celebrations, that one of the players knocked on his door, presented his “manliness” and said, “Do you want to move on?” while pointing to his over-excited anatomy,” Jana said of a footy mate

Mad Monday Chaos: What Happened During THOSE Glen Waverley Football Club Celebrations?

Footage has surfaced of the rowdy Mad Monday celebrations at Aussie Rules football club, where a young man performed a sexual act on his teammate.

They were having their New Years Eve parties in a public bar when one player lost a bet to another and the result saw the player forced to perform an immoral sexual act in the pub, holding out his thumb while teammates cheered him on.

The incident happened on Sunday, August 14 after Glen Waverley’s last game of the season in Division 3 of the Eastern League. The club finished last and were relegated to Division 4.

Patrons from outside the football club were also present in the pub at the time, with an eyewitness saying that the bathrooms were damaged and covered in vomit and that players were insulting customers.

It is alleged that the rowdy group smashed glasses inside and outside the pub, vaped inside, stole drinks from behind the bar and danced on tables. Players would also have damaged property belonging to the location.

In a statement, Glen Waverley Football Club said they would take “immediate action” against the players involved in both the lewd video and the destructive behavior.

“The committee has been made aware of an incident that occurred during the post-season celebrations of some of our senior players,” the club wrote.

“While this took place outside the club and was not a club sanctioned event, we are extremely saddened and disappointed at the behavior of people who should know better.

“The club is taking immediate action to address the grave violation of our culture and values ​​that occurred in this incident.”

Glen Waverley said all players would be disciplined, not just the couple who committed the sexual act.

“The individuals involved, along with the wider playgroup, will be both disciplined and educated and guided if necessary in the type of behavior members expect from our club, along with the physical and emotional impact this has had on the families, club members involved , players and the wider community,” the statement said.

“There is no further comment at this time and we ask that the welfare of those be respected when dealing with the consequences of the incident.”

She explains that homosexual contact has been a regular part of heterosexual life for men since the concepts of homosexuality and heterosexuality were first created — not just in prisons and dormitories, and the military, but in biker gangs and even conservative suburbs.

In her book “Not Gay: Sex Between Straight White Men,” Ward suggests it’s time to just stop thinking “well, they must be secretly gay” — arguing that society’s view of male heterosexuality is unrealistic.

For example, in an interview, she was asked about male “hazing” practices commonly performed in the Navy, and she revealed that when men get together and hang out in a sexual way, they really don’t consider it sexual at all.

So there’s no ‘oh my God, I’m doing this gay thing’ feeling. Instead, they think, “I’m doing this stupid thing.” “I’m doing this hilarious thing.” “It’s kind of like making love to a fish or something.” “It’s just not seen as sex.”

Or here's another theory I recently questioned with a friend... is this kind of behavior just another way of

Or here’s another theory I recently questioned with a friend…is this kind of behavior just another way of “living on the edge”?

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Or here’s another theory I recently questioned with a friend…is this kind of behavior just another way of “living on the edge”?

The endorphins that come with running around and tackling each other on a football field would be hard to replace. An entire competition is built around putting your body on the line and flirting with danger.

A high tackle can land you the wrong way, a misplaced ankle can see you walking on crutches for months. If you enjoy the high dose of adrenaline that a risky ball game offers, do you tend to look for that ‘high’ off the field?

We’ve been seeing stories in the press about risky antics by professional athletes off the field for years. Pushing each other to do more bizarre things, even filming them to add an extra dose of adrenaline. Add alcohol and a ‘pack mentality’ and you have the ingredients for a roguish evening.

So maybe that’s why it’s called ‘Mad Monday’, because it’s just that… crazy!

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