Cupping Balls for Movember?

I just had lunch with my son Kelly and told him about my Do You Love Boobies? post. I explained how men had motorboated (put their face on a woman’s cleavage while making a motorboating sound), on consenting adult women’s chests. The “bros” gave a $20.oo donation to breast cancer for each excursion. My reaction was a surprise to some.

He laughed and said there’s a new trend out there for Movember. It’s a reaction to the motorboating video. French women from a hand sanitizer company cupped balls to bring awareness to prostate cancer.  The women gave a 10 euro donation for each touch and raised $700.

They look pretty aware. Don’t you think?

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83 thoughts on “Cupping Balls for Movember?

  1. Susie,
    I worked behind the scene with Movember in 2010… I loved it, really, it’s a great team, and quite the international machine. But I’m here to share another Movember related video… It’s an oldie, too.

    Le Clown
    PS: Again, thank you for your contribution to The Outlier Collective. You generated a great deal of conversation, which is what it’s all about.


  2. I showed my husband this video, and he thought it was a hoot. We were wondering if there was a correlation between grabs and age. Some guys got a “barely there” swipe, while others got a true “cup ‘n grab.” Who thinks of this stuff? We didn’t notice any of this while we were in Paris, but obviously we went in the wrong month… 😉


  3. Susie – like your ‘stache stuff – you are becoming quite the activist. I LOVE IT! I am not certain if I am ‘up’ for ball cupping by women I don’t know or even know casually – that might be awkward. Same thing for motorboating… but who am I to instill my values on others? ROCK ON and keep doin’ watcha doin’!


  4. Who knew November could bring so much hairy joy to so many! The month used to be about turkey and giving thanks but cupping balls, motorboating and sex with a man with a mustache has brought it to a whole different level. 🙂


  5. Now that’s an interesting way to raise awareness for prostate cancer. One of the cool things about prostate cancer (if there is ever anything cool about cancer), is that there are some varieties of it that are not very virulent and don’t take a person down. My father lived with prostate cancer for 26 years. When he died, it was not from the cancer (which by then had spread to his bones). He was 86.


    • Same with my dad. I read an interesting statistic. There are 2,000,000 prostate cancer survivors and 3,000,000 breast cancer survivors. Cancer is on.the rise, but early detection is key!


    • Wow!!! I can so relate except it doesn’t upset me like it used to. What amazing tattoos!!!! She’ll be rockin the naked beach in
      I am different in that I am not reminded by them in a negative way and I like being nipple-less. Did you notice that she had the nipple surgery? I hadn’t seen what it looked like. At this point I don’t want them so I can go braless once I heal.thanks for showing me the video!


  6. All funny aside, what you are doing here is awesome. Raising awareness in a warm, funny and most importantly: memorable way. Three cheers for Susie! RAH – RAH – RAH! I have had two aunts with breast cancer, and my father has had prostrate cancer, all are surviving well. The unfortunate thing is that there is little actually said about it in my family. So hearing other people’s tales is enlightening and helpful and I thank you for your Movember and Boobie posts.


    • Thanks so much SF for the boob support!
      This video was such an example of the shoe being on the other foot after the motorboating video. Because it is men, I doubt people are as offended. I thought it was hilarious!
      I met with some friends today and none of them new about Movember. Got to get the word out! Danny is rockin’ a stache!


  7. It is a hell of a way to meet guys and would be a hell of a story for the grandkids on the grandparents met. “I was walking down the street and our eyes met and then she reached over and grabbed my junk. It was love at first squeeze.” What fun…and of course all for a good cause.


  8. I’m sure that someone else has pointed this out, but to raise awareness of prostate cancer in a more accurate manner, they should have stuck a digit where the sun don’t shine, but you know those French are such helpless romantics…and to clarify, the guys paid the women how much?


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  10. I’m a very private person, and probably wouldn’t participate — however, I fully support creative methods at raising awareness. I think people are tired of getting letters in the mail asking for money, but most people would get a kick out of doing something like this. I bet most aren’t even thinking that they’re spending money in the midst of…well, you know. 🙂


    • 10 people unfollowed me the day I posted this. Uptight or what!! I think the women spent the money and the men lined up. 🙂
      I was just talking to Danny about how disturbed I am over Komen getting my address. It would be fine if they were sending information or support, instead they send an envelope.The more creative the better!

      Did you see Le Clown’s video in the comments? Movember 18th is coming up fast!


        • I thought so too! We were in Denver this afternoon and I saw two trucks with big Pink Staches on their bumpers! Hilarious!
          The info was not released from my reconstructive surgeon. It had to be though Boulder Medical Center and Community Hospital. I will find out!


  11. We’re for anything that brings awareness, especially when it’s creative methods like this. It gets people talking whether they find it a good or bad method, though I don’t know a person who would think 700 dollars for the cause is negative. Great post, Susie.


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