UCT storm in a marketing C-cup

2012-05-29 09:06

Cape Town - A coffee cup with a photo of a pair of breasts in a low-cut bra has caused outrage at the University of Cape Town (UCT), the Cape Times reported on Tuesday.

The cups were used by a coffee shop on campus for about 10 days and emblazoned with slogans like: "Got Milk?", "Caution: Hot Coffee" and "No motorboating".

The cups, which were advertising Axe deodorant, were removed after staff and students complained that they were an insult to women.

UCT student Olivia Walton commented that it was unacceptable for the university to allow female body parts to be used to sell products.

"I am not saying that it is the cause of the violence meted out to South African women every day. To say that would be too forgiving, too simple," she wrote in an opinion piece for the Cape Times.

"What I am saying is that for Africa's best university to be complicit in the abuse of the female body for the sake of profit is archaic, absurd and unacceptable."

  • Tax - 2012-05-29 09:12


      Koos - 2012-05-29 09:17

      That’s what I was thinking. I remember my days well and I can attest to what some of these female students did. A boob on a coffee mug is nothing compared to reality. A storm in a teacup.

      peter.tony.14 - 2012-05-29 09:18

      Oh God, we are becoming such a nanny state. Is there anything we don't moan about?

      Matthew - 2012-05-29 09:26

      Really now =/ .....Does anyone remember when there was that huge bill board up just outside cape town.picture of a woman in a white T-shirt saying "pray for rain guys".and they'd done something that,when it rained and the billboard got wet,the chicks T-shirt went see-through.was awesome and brilliantly funny (despite one or two accidents) I get where the ladies Might take offence,but really,in light of this zuma everyone becoming "anal"?

      Klippies - 2012-05-29 10:10

      It's the ones with the A cup complaining...

      Steve - 2012-05-29 10:18

      Apparently Sony are bringing out breast implants with mp3 players in them. This is because women are tired of men looking at their breasts and not listening to them.

      eil33nn - 2012-05-29 10:39 Just saying... And i don't find this offensive at all, i love my boobs.

      Preshen - 2012-05-29 16:47

      If the cups fit wear it

      adrien.mcguire - 2012-05-29 17:18

      Get a life, really now. The same women who complain also wear low cut tops. So silly really !

      Jack - 2012-05-29 19:55

      Tell me about it - I mean Stellenbosch and Rhodes are miles ahead of UCT!!!

      michel.pieterse - 2012-05-30 05:08

      We are always going to admire and adore them jugs no matter what cup, no pun intended..

      Denis - 2012-05-30 08:07

      The irony of South Africa...don't you just love it? I quote: "UCT student Olivia Walton commented that it was unacceptable for the university to allow female body parts to be used to sell products." One president's penis was used to sell a what way are breasts more important or different? Get over it.

      Curry - 2012-05-30 08:27

      Quick.....get some black paint and call e-TV!!!!!

  • Gareth Jesús Funnyman Nicholson - 2012-05-29 09:14

    So much crap going on in the world and they moan over breasts...

      Lauren - 2012-05-29 09:17

      Yeah, because sexism, who cares about that...

      Marion - 2012-05-29 09:20

      We are tired of our breasts being used to sell anything and everything when, despite what men think, their main purpose in life is to give sustenance to babies.

      Andrew - 2012-05-29 09:32

      and uct are in the middle of exams..

      LaBlue - 2012-05-29 09:37

      @James, dude, I just spit my coffee all over my computer at work. Thanks man.

      Lauren - 2012-05-29 09:54

      Of COURSE, only "ugly" women complain about sexism, supposedly attractive women just enjoy being viewed as mere sexual objects. It's so much fun!

      TheRealWarrenB - 2012-05-29 09:58

      @Marion - Was it your breasts on the cup? I'm sure the woman who's breats it is had no issue with it being used to advertise!

      Marion - 2012-05-29 10:10

      @Andrew - at my age, no offence taken. But I can assure you when I was young you too would have fancied my breasts.

      Heinz - 2012-05-29 10:19

      Breasts rock. I love them.

      John - 2012-05-29 10:24

      @Marion "We are tired of our breasts being used" And "When I was young you too would have fancied my breasts" ....Hmmm. Those two sentences are contradicting with each other. Sooo.....Point is taken.... :)

      Marion - 2012-05-29 10:27

      @John - when I was young I tapped my cheek on more than one occasion and said to leering guy 'this is my face'...

      lydonmcg - 2012-05-29 16:29

      And heaven forbid a shirtless guy be used to market any products to women. When was the last time I saw any ladies complaining about that? Ah yes...never. I forgot that only women can be the target of so-called sexism. Just bear in mind the fact that for every "sexist" advert baring breasts or other female body parts, there's a woman willing to show hers. Just as there is a guy willing to show his for every campaign using half naked men. Seriously, get over it! There are so many bigger problems in the world to get upset over, but I don't see these same people shouting about that.

  • petrivoges - 2012-05-29 09:31

    I agree with her. Its offensive and demeaning, but then everything AXE promote has the underlying current of how you can use their product to manipulate her to have sex with you.

      eil33nn - 2012-05-29 10:59

      But no one said anything when the old Axe ads made a geekboy sexually attractive to woman parading around in their bikini's. I love my boobs, am proud of them and i am not offended by this at all.

      Zebedi - 2012-05-29 14:49

      @eil33nn I love your boobs too, now go and change the security settings on your facebook page before some real weirdo gets in.

      eil33nn - 2012-05-29 15:31

      @Zebedi, i don't think you'll be able to see anything of mine on fb without being my friend, and there is nothing on my fb that i am ashamed of...

  • Gerhard - 2012-05-29 09:33

    Ah Yes. UCT! Unit for Communist Training! Africa's best? I know a couple of others that will have a bit to say about that!

      Andrew - 2012-05-29 09:37

      i take it you didn't go to UCT then?

      BJ - 2012-05-29 09:37

      What, like a primary school in Boksburg, or whatever your highest qualification is?

      thando.ramncwana - 2012-05-29 10:46

      Gerhard i'll bet you a million of those cups that you are not part of the others that you are referring to with your single cell brain.

      Ever - 2012-05-29 10:46

      AKA Moscow on the hill.... maybe not as appropriate as it used to be!

  • winston.mullany - 2012-05-29 09:33

    I love womans breasts! The real thing and not on a cup:-)

  • Kagiso Spat Truthtell - 2012-05-29 09:37

    Ha ha ha SA double standards...i jst knew it. Women are outraged at a pair of breats while they cant find anything wrong with a full penis and balls of a president. Axe should have put a vagina there, a big one. Brace urself its gonna become a trend in SA to draw ppl's privates i promise u. I think those cups are a great piece of art and Axe should have had bigger balls and kept it and allowed the court to decide. Its freedom of expression y are they allowing themselves to be censored.

      James - 2012-05-29 09:44

      What about the black artist that did it first? Why weren't you guys so vocal about that? Why didn't it bother you then? Why wasn't that an insult to you culture? ->

      Kagiso Spat Truthtell - 2012-05-29 09:48

      Cause the painting was neva on public platform, City Press didnt put it on its website. And lastly the picture doesnt show Zuma alone but other leaders lyk Tutu and Mbeki with white supremist capitalist bosses feeding them. It wasnt a direct attack on one man and didnt depict him as a Lenin lyk leader.

      djmain1 - 2012-05-29 10:02

      @ Kagiso - have to agree with you on this one. Although I think you and I probably disagreed on the Murray painting - I think Zuma set himself up for that and it was fair comment. "Live by the spear, die by 'The Spear'". I wonder how many of these people objecting to these coffee mugs were shouting "Freedom of expression" a few days ago wrt the painting. If they were, then they are absolute hypocrites.

      James - 2012-05-29 10:09

      So what if he's alone in one and not in the other? BOTH PAINTINGS SHOW HIS PENIS, but you racists only have a problem with the one the white man did.

      Marion - 2012-05-29 10:17

      @Kagiso - I was just as outraged about the Zuma painting as I am by the fact that sexy women are constantly used to sell to men. That sort of marketing is targeted at those of you whose brains are between your legs.

      leigh.ridgway - 2012-05-29 12:17

      Kagiso - Because Unilever enjoy hiding behind cencorship. They've proven that time and time again. A company that promotes sexism and racism! I KNOW the people in their Marketing Departments! - 2012-05-29 16:45

      Well we are not sure who pulled the cups. Was it AXE because they feared bad publicity and its affect on the market? (sensible) Was it the Coffee shop that feared loss of customers? (sensible) Was it the university being nannies? This is advertising (not art) but either way the reaction is more measured than the ANC one. a) No-one went to court demanding a Constitutional right they had no chance of winning (because they have to prove unlawful loss of dignity BTW the ANC and the Presidency have no constitutional right of dignity. b) No-one tried to make the Film and Publications Board censor something they had no juristiction over c) No-one vandalised anything? I respect the rights of the Zuma supporting marchers today. Thats their right to protest I respect the right of women to protest the use of breasts in marketing I dont have to agree with either. Thats my right.

      Vernon.J.Brown - 2012-05-30 03:30

      Where do we buy those AXE coffee cups ? I need 6 for my kitchen. In fact make it 12.

      marina.poniatowska - 2012-05-30 03:42

      Marion - Are you a hardcore lesbian/ feminist? You sound like my mother. Keep quiet.

  • Stef - 2012-05-29 09:42

    "UCT storm in a marketing C-cup"? No, I bet the moaners are all A-cuppers.

  • Holdanigono - 2012-05-29 09:42

    Lame, what a party pooper

  • Leier - 2012-05-29 09:52

    OK.... So a lady dressed alluringly (showing cleavage, sexy skirt, etc) cannot accuse accuse somebody of rape, because "I am not saying that it is the cause of the violence meted out to South African women every day. To say that would be too forgiving, too simple,"

  • nicole.ludolph - 2012-05-29 09:54

    Sigh... Everyday I tell myself I won't read the comments sections. And then I read the comments section. And then, predictably, it pisses me off. Axe marketing is absolute rubbish. Its sexist, and backwards. And of course, any woman who dares protest, MUST obviously be unattractive. I mean, who doesn't like to be objectified and disrespected? Who doesn't like to be harrassed and devalued because, as women, naturally, all we have are our physical features? Our brains, hearts and personalities are just not important.

      Lauren - 2012-05-29 09:55

      It's a pity that I can only like your comment once.

      Andrew - 2012-05-29 09:58

      get over yourself man.. i'm pretty sure a guy at uct isn't going to see this ad and go out and rape somebody.. and it obviously worked because look how many people are talking about it now!

      James - 2012-05-29 10:06

      Nicole and Lauren, why don't you two take it up with the woman who's breasts are on the cup? Why is she betraying your gender like this?

      eric.martinsich - 2012-05-29 10:13

      So tell me how many of the UCT students walk around with all exposed. Olivia is going to have to get them to dress correctly.

      Lauren - 2012-05-29 10:15

      Is it really that much of a jump, Andrew, to think a society that normalises the objectification of women (which we've very successfully done) can now call itself the rape capital of the world? And James (who's probably a troll but I'll bite anyway), it's very likely that the woman who allowed her body to be used has come to think of herself as a mere sexual object. Unfortunately, far too many women do.

      Best - 2012-05-29 10:30

      @ James... well said. @ Lauren, while I agree with Nicole that Axe's campaign can be seen as sexist, I don't agree with you that the model "who allowed her body to be used has come to think of herself as a mere sexual object." I have found that many women who are comfortable with their bodies, their sense of self and their sexuality don't have an issue with other people appreciating the "view". They dress for themselves and if they want to wear a low cut top, then they do. I'm pretty confident that models don't see themselves as purely objects of sexual desire. They are strong, confident women who have made a choice to model. Why are we - as fellow women - judging them for it? If Olivia is offended by the mugs, then she should take care to ensure that she and her friends NEVER wear anything tight, low, short or revealing! Never go drinking in clubs or gyrate too suggestively. Also, all people offended by the mugs and the use of attractive women (or their parts) to sell products, should IMMEDIATELY stop ogling Brad Pitt / George Clooney / etc etc and should IMMEDIATELY stop buying any product showing a handsome / hot guy. After all, fair is fair. Are all you women in? We shall immediately stop perving over handsome men? Beckham in his underwear? Topless hotties in movies? No? Thought not.

      Lauren - 2012-05-29 12:02

      Being comfortable with one's body does not mean that one should welcome sexism. It also means that I'm allowed to wear whatever I damn well please because, guess what, I'm wearing my clothes because I'M comfortable in them, because I like them, because I like the way I look. If men/ women/ insert any species happen to think it's attractive, well ok. But here's another thing, I'm more than just a few body parts. This is my problem with these campaigns. Women are reduced to just body parts. Men? Not so much.

      lydonmcg - 2012-05-29 16:39

      Lauren, and where were your comments of outrage a couple of years back over the dude in a tiny little pair of underwear being used to market Archer's Aqua to women? I trust you'll have no problem linking me to your fight against such sexism and the reduction of a man into nothing but body parts. But ah'll no doubt be hard-pressed to do so because of your double standards. Only women, after all, can be the target of sexism. Men are the root cause of all that is wrong with society. Thanks for the reminder!

  • kdruzynski - 2012-05-29 09:56

    More like paying homage to the female form!

  • peter.jefferies.90 - 2012-05-29 09:57

    It seems to me that all wanna be hippy feminests end up at UCT. And they all think they are so at one with the earth and all about the people and the struggle until they go back to their R10 million mansion that daddy owns in Sandton. These idiots are one of the main reason I could never live in CT, they are destroying the place!!!

      Callum - 2012-05-29 14:51

      easy tiger.

  • wooshie72 - 2012-05-29 09:58

    "Africa's best university" cannot tolerate freedom of speech, quality marketing and most of all take a joke. Have they watched nothing of The Spear saga? Bit ironic considering this is the same university that uses the most stringent racial admission procedures in the country. A woman's body and face is used to sell a magazine but when an image of a body part which "main purpose in life is to give sustenance to babies" then it is wrong. Coffee is sustinence to students, connect the dots and let's focus on something important for once. Surely the students have exams to write and staff have exams to set?

      madmcmax - 2012-05-29 10:47

      The Spear outcry is a political manouever to misdirect people from seeing what else is going on - the POI Bill, the Traditional Courts Bill, both of which have the ability to make this discussion about sexism a sideshow. If it were part of ANC philosphy they would be shouting about the picture with Helen Zille's head on a naked female body. When I was a student in the 70's we had exactly the same discussions, toy-tossing and foot stamping tantrums. My dad tells me that it was the same in the 40s. It's part of the growing up process.

  • Joey2fly - 2012-05-29 10:03

    *sigh* UCT, do u see why everybody thinks that you r a bunch of nerds that don't get laid??? Gosh! Can't you be cool just for once???

  • eil33nn - 2012-05-29 10:11

    I actually find this funny

  • aledwaba - 2012-05-29 10:12

    Now we don't know what to shout about, when they retrench staff beacause of falling bottomline we cry foul when they create ingenius campaigns to boost bottomline we cry women what what....

  • Best - 2012-05-29 10:12

    Of for crying out loud... really??? I'm a woman and I don't find the mugs offensive. I find them funny. They might've been offensive if they were a prank played on a student by fellow students picking on only 1 girl and showed her face, or perhaps if they were commenting on weight or race, but from the sounds of things they were just funny. I certainly don't follow a trail of Axe to a man's door, but I don't ask the BCCSA to shut the add down for showing women to be "easily lead, dumb objects of desire" who would sleep with a man because he's wearing Axe! I find the ad funny. Poor man who thinks his deodorant will save him if his personality sucks :-) A bit like other things in the media lately that were blown out of all proportion, I think it's a bit OTT to label these mugs as an example of Africa's best university being complicit in the "abuse of the female body for the sake of profit". I fail to see how this is abuse? Not in the real sense of the word. The model was probably quite proud to be part of the Axe campaign. Who are we to accuse her of being part of promoting "abuse"? We've spent years telling girls that wearing a mini or tank top doesn't mean you're "asking for it". Hot men & women are used to peak interest & sell products. As a woman, I feel comfortable in my own skin and I can tell the difference between a humourous campaign & a real problem.

  • Tinus - 2012-05-29 10:14

    What a joke!!! Firstly that she thinks UCT is Africa's Best University and Secondly that everybody is making such a fuss about this. Go Study kiddies...newspapers should stop publishing genitals and boobs and rather focus on real news.

      Andrew - 2012-05-29 10:53

      Andrew - 2012-05-29 11:08

      not so vocal now?

      kgcox - 2012-05-29 13:55

      oh please Stellies is not even in the top 300! dream on afrikaners! UCT is top 150 in the world buddy - they cite Stellenbosch's ranking as somewhere between 300 and 350! hahah, have to say it shows in how informed you are... agricultural science- village tinus - the name says it all...

      DuToitCoetzee - 2012-05-29 15:57

      @kgcox. I see that you have learned to copy and paste at UCT. Well done!

      Andrew - 2012-05-29 15:58

      we also learn to do our research before making a comment..

      DuToitCoetzee - 2012-05-29 16:12

      Well done Andrew. I can see you posting some links. Do they also encourage thinking? Let me stop this. I think UCT is a great place, but I think the cock( oeps!...sorry. Cox) girl is getting too personal and ugly.

      mknnko003 - 2012-05-29 16:19

      Ignorance is a bliss...

      kgcox - 2012-05-29 17:13

      haha, pls note the irony @CoetzeeZitMan! Just defending my school from those deluded stellies volk - rivalry hey... nothing against afrikaners - good people all round - except for kurt darren, oh , and steve hofmeyr! Bokke for life

  • Heinz - 2012-05-29 10:16

    So everyone has a problem with genitals on paintings and boobs but rape is this countries national sport? I don't get it.

      Gilbert Madondo - 2012-05-29 10:35

      And what does a breast have to do with coffee anyway,are we now like dogs? Why is it that the so called civilized world is getting more barbaric and less respectful of the human body? Pathetic!

      Michael - 2012-05-29 10:51

      Yes Gilbert I fully agree, I believe it's time we embraced our African culture far more closely and have the girls get rid of all upper body cover and just get them out there on permanent display - get rid of all this boob taboo!

  • linda.stroebel - 2012-05-29 10:23

    Considering the drama around the male penis; this small outrage is an insult to women.

  • Charl - 2012-05-29 10:24

    The MODEL got the gig and the brief regarding the ad and made a CHOICE to do it, after which she was paid. Whoever chooses to look at the ad and bring all their own baggage... well that's also a choice

  • nomvete - 2012-05-29 10:26

    South Africa a state of nudity? From Spear to the Storm in the tea cup?

  • linda.stroebel - 2012-05-29 10:26

    What would the reaction be were the penis cups...?

  • IcemanGP - 2012-05-29 10:27

    OMW, well this now spells the end of the human race. ... No more sex people, it's bad for you.

  • Mlu.Tolo - 2012-05-29 10:27

    As if people are seeing these for the first time, go to UCT Now n see breasts live not in Coffe-mug. Its ok when they walk naked in public and its wrong when its a CUP thats showing its clevage.

  • markallenrsa - 2012-05-29 10:31

    I am assuming this can only be the fictional Olivia Walton from the 70's TV series "The Waltons"??

  • daniel.w.gie - 2012-05-29 10:32


  • Danielle - 2012-05-29 10:34

    I would love to see what would have happened if there were a pair of old droopy boobs on these cups. Or some moobs... I have a feeling the comments would've been very different. That said, I can't get up in arms about this. A hot body or face will always be objectified. Half the time we use it to our advantage.

  • ludlowdj - 2012-05-29 10:34

    legislated behavior?, freedom of expression?, the truth is that the world is full of people who's only purpose in life is to say no to others. The level people sink to in their childish pursuits of their own visions never ceases to provide a good laugh. That people even believe they have the right to enforce their own personal views on anyone else is the height of conceited self importance. Lilly liveried liberal idiots. no wonder this world is in such a mess, what happened to minding your own business? if you don't like it don't support it, watch it or what ever, but to decide whether others should have that right is not yours.

      madmcmax - 2012-05-29 10:55

      To paraphrase Gladstone, It's ok if it doesn't disturb the children or horses. Far too much of this Oprah/Dr Phil bulldust around.

  • jacques.smit - 2012-05-29 10:41

    I bet if it was some hot hunk on the cups no-one would bother complaining.. seriously... priorities, focus on your studies!

  • malusi.mtetwa - 2012-05-29 10:45

    Woman must stop allowing companies to use their bodies to sell products, I do not mean when they sell clothes and so on, but when they are used to attract the opposite sex and sexual attracters. A woman is highly valued to be exploited like that. Even they, that like to show their bodies like prostitute while they are not. Must know its really not necessary, they beautiful even when they are normal.

  • weareu - 2012-05-29 10:51

    Who is Olivia Walton and how do we help her? Is there maybe a fund I can contribute to? Does she need counselling? Is there maybe a medical reason for her behaviour? I'm willing to contribute to helping her medically if that's what she needs. Boobs are awesome, period. "Body parts" for selling/marketing things. Well City-Press also did it but with male body parts. How about using a female nose on those Sinu-Spray bottles. I guess that's not on either? The fact is that Olivia and who ever agrees with her is massively interfering with 1. The model who wanted to display their boobs. 2. Axe and the Coffee shop 3. Men and women who like boobs on their cups. She actually violated hundreds of peoples rights, and for that my friends, I think she should be jailed or sent to an institution. It's fine to have an opinion and her free right, but to enforce it like that on others by acting as if you have the moral high-ground, to manipulate others like that, is totally morally repugnant.

  • markallenrsa - 2012-05-29 10:51

    And guess who gets all the attention- AXE DEODORANT.. mission accomplished

      Andrew - 2012-05-29 11:01


  • seanne.koopman - 2012-05-29 10:59

    C'mon... Everyone knows how Axe ads are. Funny how no one moans about National Cleavage Day... (as a colleague pointed out) PUNS ARE NOT INTENDED... Hee hee hee!

  • HugoMabasa - 2012-05-29 11:09

    UCT has got some of the craziest feministas

      HugoMabasa - 2012-05-29 20:42

      mostly in the humanities.girls and female lecturers in eng try to be like the boys,faded jeans,timberlands,chinos etc .true.

  • Bean - 2012-05-29 11:15

    With all this free nudity in the news I'll save a fortune in Hustler subscription fees!

  • terry.wiegand - 2012-05-29 11:35

    Were the boobs on the cups black or white? if there were black ones lets throw in the racist card... and I am talking about the printing Colour not the race!!!!

  • wayne.jubber - 2012-05-29 11:38

    Oh for Gods sake get a life people i suppose all woman will have to wear nuns clothes and cover themselves soon. However take a walk around town and see how many woman are walking around with push up bras and half their lungs hanging out. One person puts that picture on a coffee cup and all hell breaks loose so pathetic

      Leon - 2012-05-29 11:49

      Agree 100% Wayne

  • eldavinn - 2012-05-29 11:41

    Well certainly they don't expect us to drink out of coffee cups with nutsacks on them. I like tea, not tea-bagging.

  • Pieter890 - 2012-05-29 12:08

    Oh UCT, you always have to be SO politically correct...

      HugoMabasa - 2012-05-29 20:45

      not everyone.You see the peeps at UCT want to be heard,especially them beautiful sociologists,feministas etc.There is no controversy here.I can bet that these students are from the humanities,probably studying sociology/gender studies and have just finished a case study and decided to bother the aligators,just.

  • leigh.ridgway - 2012-05-29 12:13

    I LIVE for National Cleavage Day, so that I can let my puppies hang out! At 43, if you've still got a decent rack after breastfeeding, then hell I say, set them freeeee!

      DuToitCoetzee - 2012-05-29 13:05

      What a yummy mummy!!!!!

  • Preshen - 2012-05-29 12:42

    I love Boobs

  • omega.chop - 2012-05-29 13:01

    Please show us the offending advertisement, so we call can be genuinely appalled ourselves, please.

  • Poaul Zwarts - 2012-05-29 13:38

    Talk about a storm in coffee cup!

  • Daan - 2012-05-29 13:59

    Tits Up, Mother Earth!!!!

  • Callum - 2012-05-29 14:08


  • Callum - 2012-05-29 14:17

    there's nothing like a big pair of shining breasts to lure out all the sexists and feminists who think sexy is sexist from their dark intellectual holes.

      Jonel - 2012-05-30 00:41

      Yet women are being trafficked all over the world and men pay for it. I'm no feminist and I'm no sexist, but when will a man stand up for a woman with a issue like this because he respects her and respects her body which shouldn't be used so cheaply? If it was a penis in a cup it would sit in some sex shop as that is what it suggests.

  • petr.valcik1 - 2012-05-29 14:43

    I am glad we all have our priorities right. A woman in a low cut bra is poised as sexism but I am sure that she knew what she was posing for to start of with. Is it just me or does it seem that people only make a big noise about anything related to sex rather than worrying about violence, drugs, poverty? I mean let's face it - sex has been used to sell just about anything and it will continue to do so long after all of us are gone.

  • nadineelvina.francis - 2012-05-29 15:02

    Is UCT also advertising like a would be FHM model ? they would have better luck on twitter.

  • Keith - 2012-05-29 15:19

    Some of the woman on here are so full of it. Why is Wonderbra and Victoria's Secret massive earners worldwide, Is it cause they hide, cover and flatten woman's boobs, I think not? Who wears them us men or you woman?