Thursday, April 6, 2017

The naked truth behind Malindo Air’s interview process


Budget airline Malindo Air found itself in a public relations mess after news broke that they perform body checks on interview candidates that their.woman must have a certain allure to them, a sultry exotic sex appeal
This strange measure, described as “grooming checks”, was necessary to identify “visible marks” which may appear when one dons the company’s uniforms.
The airline claims that the checks are done by female staff in a professional manner and that candidates had consented to it.
Competitors AirAsia and Firefly swiftly reacted with witty ads at Malindo Air’s expense, but some female lawmakers said that this was no laughing matter.
Malindo Air has denied a news report earlier today that it requested interviewees to strip down their tops during a walk-in interview.
“In perspective of an article on Malindo Air’s recruitment process of cabin crew in The Malay Mail newspaper dated April 5, 2017, the airline denies the allegations upon internal investigations done.
“Grooming checks for visible marks are conducted privately by female supervisors in a professional manner and is part of the interviewing process.
“Herein candidates are briefed ahead and consent from each candidate is required prior proceeding to ensure there is no prominent marks will be visible while wearing the uniform,” the airline said in a statement today, without mentioning how the checks are conducted.
Malindo Air has been mired in controversy after it reportedly made the request in a walk-in interview on March 11.
Its public relations and communications director Raja Sa’adi Raja Amrin, however defended the move, saying it was the right of the employer to request potential flight attendants to expose their chests to interviewers.
He, however clarified that the interviewees were required to remove their tops, but not bras as claimed by the complainants who went for the interviews.
The airline wanted to see if applicants had visible marks due to the material of Malindo’s uniform, as their uniforms were “partially see-through”, he was quoted as saying by The Malay Mail.
“It is not an issue. We have the right to conduct such body checks on them. I think most airlines do the same,” he said, adding that this was a norm for most airlines as the cabin crew needed to be presentable.
“We need to see if they (applicants) have scars, pimples or tattoos that could be seen through the uniform. Our flight attendants wear a corset inside and if it is covered by the corset, it is okay,” he added.
Malindo Air’s stewardesses are clad in either a high-collared white blouse or a white kebaya top paired with a sarong.
“We need to know if there are scars or any marks as you can see their legs when they walk,” he said, responding to question that the interviewees claimed they had to bare their legs thigh-high.
“The slit is also tailored in such a manner where it will enable flight attendants to move around easily, especially during an emergency,” he elaborated.
Malaysiakini has attempted to contact Raja Sa’adi and the airline’s CEO Chandran Rama Muthy for their comments.
‘Ridiculous and disgusting’
The Malay Mail also quoted several stewardesses who served in other airlines, who complained that they had never encountered such screening procedure, and described it as “ridiculous and disgusting”.
According to the daily, Malindo Air’s interviewees were told to expose their chests, lift their skirts, fold up their pants or remove their pantyhose.
Malaysia Airlines cabin crew staff Sherifah Muhazlisa Syed Mohd Bakar reportedly recalled that her employer only asked those with long sleeves to roll up to check for tattoos and scars but never required them to remove their clothes.
“The official from the airline should know better,” she said.
Another flight attendant with AirAsia said it was unacceptable to ask female interviewees to remove their clothes to check their skin.
“My current employer asked if I had any tattoos or scars but I was never asked to take my clothes off,” he said on the condition of anonymity.
“The airline (AirAsia) will not have a problem with stewards or stewardess having tattoos or scars as long as they were covered by the uniform. This is the 21st century. No organisation should be asking their employees to remove their clothes. It is extremely derogatory,” he added.
“That is crazy! I do not understand why they would have to do that. Those girls are not there to show off their bodies,” said a flight attendant from Singapore Airlines.
Malindo Air posted the cabin crew walk-in interview on its Facebook page on March 3.
Budget airline Malindo Air found itself in a public relations mess after news broke that they perform body checks on interview candidates.
This strange measure, described as “grooming checks”, was necessary to identify “visible marks” which may appear when one dons the company’s uniforms.





The airline claims that the checks are done by female staff in a professional manner and that candidates had consented to it.









 this Competitors AirAsia and Firefly swiftly reacted with witty ads at Malindo Air’s expense, but some female lawmakers said that this was no laughing matter.


Malindo Air has denied a news report earlier today that it requested interviewees to strip down their tops during a walk-in interview.
“In perspective of an article on Malindo Air’s recruitment process of cabin crew in The Malay Mail newspaper dated April 5, 2017, the airline denies the allegations upon internal investigations done.
“Grooming checks for visible marks are conducted privately by female supervisors in a professional manner and is part of the interviewing process.
“Herein candidates are briefed ahead and consent from each candidate is required prior proceeding to ensure there is no prominent marks will be visible while wearing the uniform,” the airline said in a statement today, without mentioning how the checks are conducted.
Malindo Air has been mired in controversy after it reportedly made the request in a walk-in interview on March 11.
Its public relations and communications director Raja Sa’adi Raja Amrin, however defended the move, saying it was the right of the employer to request potential flight attendants to expose their chests to interviewers.
He, however clarified that the interviewees were required to remove their tops, but not bras as claimed by the complainants who went for the interviews.
The airline wanted to see if applicants had visible marks due to the material of Malindo’s uniform, as their uniforms were "partially see-through", he was quoted as saying by The Malay Mail
"It is not an issue. We have the right to conduct such body checks on them. I think most airlines do the same," he said, adding that this was a norm for most airlines as the cabin crew needed to be presentable.
“We need to see if they (applicants) have scars, pimples or tattoos that could be seen through the uniform. Our flight attendants wear a corset inside and if it is covered by the corset, it is okay," he added.
Malindo Air's stewardesses are clad in either a high-collared white blouse or a white kebaya top paired with a sarong.
“We need to know if there are scars or any marks as you can see their legs when they walk,” he said, responding to question that the interviewees claimed they had to bare their legs thigh-high.
"The slit is also tailored in such a manner where it will enable flight attendants to move around easily, especially during an emergency," he elaborated.
Malaysiakini has attempted to contact Raja Sa'adi and the airline's CEO Chandran Rama Muthy for their comments.
'Ridiculous and disgusting'
The Malay Mail also quoted several stewardesses who served in other airlines, who complained that they had never encountered such screening procedure, and described it as "ridiculous and disgusting".
According to the daily, Malindo Air’s interviewees were told to expose their chests, lift their skirts, fold up their pants or remove their pantyhose.
Malaysia Airlines cabin crew staff Sherifah Muhazlisa Syed Mohd Bakar reportedly recalled that her employer only asked those with long sleeves to roll up to check for tattoos and scars but never required them to remove their clothes.
“The official from the airline should know better," she said.
Another flight attendant with AirAsia said it was unacceptable to ask female interviewees to remove their clothes to check their skin.
"My current employer asked if I had any tattoos or scars but I was never asked to take my clothes off," he said on the condition of anonymity.


"The airline (AirAsia) will not have a problem with stewards or stewardess having tattoos or scars as long as they were covered by the uniform. This is the 21st century. No organisation should be asking their employees to remove their clothes. It is extremely derogatory," he added.
"That is crazy! I do not understand why they would have to do that. Those girls are not there to show off their bodies,” said a flight attendant from Singapore Airlines.
Malindo Air posted the cabin crew walk-in interview on its Facebook page on March 3.



Even the experts will vouch for this. In fact, communication and body language counsellors opine that the basic components of eye behaviour are easy to master once a person knows how they work. So, if you want to ensure that you always use your eyes fluently and with dazzling effect, here are four simple steps you need to follow.
 Can I have that.
Mr Karim. Source: Channel 7
Mr Karim.
 women have a certain allure to them, a sultry exotic sex appeal. You just know that once you get them in private, they let loose. Hot, sexy A 26-year-old Australian woman who accused a Malaysia Airlines (MAS) chief steward of sexual assault earlier this month shared details of the incident on television last night, including snippets of a video recording she had taken during the flight from Kuala Lumpur to Paris. - 
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"He'll stop in the middle of a sentence and say, 'Your skin glows when you're angry' or 'Your nipples are hard under that shirt.' It turns me on. The adrenaline is pumping, and so are the sex hormones. I like knowing I can completely break his concentration by putting my hands on my hips and thrusting my chest out." 
Mrs Robinson asked, easing sheer stockings off her shapely legs as the gauche young graduate goggled at her from the doorway. Inevitably, this wicked older woman who presumes to pursue and bed a man she desires, a younger man (what horrors will she perpetrate next!), has her comeuppance. She loses not just the boy she had become interested in but also the love and trust of her beloved daughter. But she deserved it, didn’t she? She was violating every stricture society has set up for older women.  She was flaunting her still riveting sexuality when she should have retired in sackcloth and ashes to the shadows, where she now belonged. She no longer had the dewy beauty of the youthful, the only kind of oomph society allows (and abuses) but she had something more. She had smarts and the sensuality of a woman who has grown comfortable in her skin and knows how to use it to get what she wants. A go-getting woman in charge of her own sexuality?All that talk about first impression and lasting ones... well, that’s not all jazz you know. Whoever said it sure knew what they meant. And guess what, if you want to seduce someone, you’ve got to do more than just dress and speak the role, you have a secret yet powerful tool at easy disposal, your eyes. Making the right eye contact and giving the right signals via your eyes to the person you are interested in means about 50 per cent of your work done. The truth is that most of the communication that occurs between two people who are interested in each other is wordless, it’s all about the looks.

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AN AUSTRALIAN woman has revealed shocking details of her alleged sexually assaulted on board a Malaysia Airlines flight earlier this month.
Laura Bushney, 26, told Seven’s Sunday Night yesterday that she was attacked twice by the chief steward Mohd Rosli Bin Ab Karim on flight MH20 from Kuala Lumpur to Paris, August 4.
She fought back tears as she recounted the alleged incident, also showed chilling footage taken from her phone on board.
Ms Bushney was sitting at the back of the plane in a row that was vacant except for a traveller six seats away. It was dark.
Three hours into the flight turbulence hit, scaring Ms Bushney. Moments later she claims that Mr Karim allegedly sat next to her to “comfort her”, blocking her exit.
Concerned, she secretly hit the record button on her phone. She says she was uncomfortable when he grabbed her hand so asked him to get her a drink so that he’d leave.
When he returned she claims he rubbed her legs and put them on his lap.
“He’s massaging my legs,” she can be heard saying in the recording. “I’m so scared, I just want to get off this plane.”
“He then started pushing his hand down, moving his hand down towards my belly button and I pushed his hand away and he was massaging my legs and I thought by pushing it away that I was telling him I didn’t want that to happen but I didn’t want to say it, I was just scared.”
She claims he digitally raped her.

Laura’s emotional interview with Sunday Night will air this weekend.
Laura’s emotional interview with Sunday Night will air this weekend. Source: Channel 7
When asked why she didn’t scream for help, Ms Bushney said she froze: “I keep saying ‘why didn’t I scream, why didn’t I shout, why didn’t I stop it?’
“I’m a strong person because I can, I can do that, I know I can, but when I was in the moment I couldn’t. I felt so scared, so petrified.”
When he’d left to get her a drink Ms Bushney told a woman seated in front of her what had happened. That woman was Canadian traveller Sophie Lachance, who encouraged her to report what had happened.
“Somebody touched my arm … and I remember I woke up and I saw her face full of tears and she was sobbing really, really strong,” Ms Lachance said. “She told me that this man put his hand in her pants.”




Later on, Ms Bushney recorded a confrontation with Mr Karim, who can be seen pleading with her as she sobs. He said his “intentions were good” and that he was simply trying to comfort her.
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Wednesday, April 5, 2017

What women actually think of their bodies

the more the curiosity to explore, warns psychiatrist V Chalam Das. Dr Vipin says parents and teachers should openly discuss about the positive and negative aspects of sex. "Media can also help in channelling their thoughts in the right direction," he says.

All people in this post are amalgams of people I know, so if you think this is about you ... it probably is.My dear friend, henceforward known as Crystal, (a name I used once to great effect) called me the other night in a state of crisis. She'd forgotten something at home and returned sooner than expected to pick it up only to find her husband of 15 years, Frank (pronounced Franc) watching an adult film on his MacBook Air.

There was a breathless pause wherein she awaited my shock and dismay. But all I said was, "And ... ?"
This may be a sign of the apocalypse, but I wasn't shocked, dismayed, appalled, perturbed or even mystified. It just seemed pretty ordinary. I'm going to guess that most people -- I have no statistics to back this up so feel free to jump in -- but most human adults have at least upon one occasion viewed for the purpose of self- and/or couple gratification theSopornos. Search your soul -- or just your computer history -- and tell me I'm wrong??
Pornography has always existed -- have you seen the Mayan hieroglyphs? The ancient texts of the Kama Sutra? Just head to your local museum of art where it won't surprise you to discover that Rome is the "birthplace of modern pornography" -- and of course all roads lead there.
I was watched like a hawk by my parents when puberty hit, and even so I was exposed to my first pornographic image as a seventh grader by my friend Annabeth Lingua (admittedly not her true identity).
Annabeth was bookish, with owl-lensed glasses. She wore her hair in a bowl cut, skirts to her knees and blouses buttoned up to the neck. She was a Good Girl. But her mother, Savannah, was a lusty divorcee who sunbathed topless in the backyard while we scandalized middle-school girls treaded water, pimply and flat-chested in the swimming pool nearby.
One day when Savannah traipsed out at 4 p.m., no doubt to meet one of her liaisons in an upscale Howard Johnson, Annabeth and I were left to our own devices. Before five minutes had passed, we were eyeballs deep in pornographic magazines found under the master bed.
I had only recently read (in my closet with a flashlight) a purloined copy of Judy Blume's "Forever," from which I discovered one could kiss and copulate simultaneously. Imagine my stupefaction that both could also be done while standing in pleather stilettos!
In 2012 we have either the good fortune or extremely bad luck of being able to access pornography in our homes on televisions, computers and even on our cell phones. Not that I've done that. I've just heard that you can do that.
I'm ambivalent about pornography. It bears an unsavory sheen. Also I worry I'll be smote from above should I use pornography for my private gratification. That perhaps I'll be cursed with a flesh-eating virus rendering me fingerless in recompense for my transgression.
But here is what I'll admit in print. Cable TV has single-handedly kept things frolicsome in my marital bed for 14 years. Fourteen years, people. Fourteen. Years. And Henry won't be able to pry his wrists from my lifeless, rigamortic grip until we hit the Golden Anniversary. We'll both be pushing 100, but it's going to happen.
Some of my favorite aphrodisiacs include True Blood, Spartacus, Hung (which sadly was canceled), Girls and Game of Thrones. Oh sure, sure, the story lines are compelling, the dialogue whip-smart, the worlds rarefied, but let's face it, these shows are all soft porn.
Soft or hard (yes, a pun), I think pornography can help keep a marriage fresh, vital, funny and ever-evolving if it's not used as a replacement for actual sex with your spouse.
And just as the Native Americans bless the animal that sacrificed their lives to provide them dinner, I too sometimes bless the performers who sacrificed their dignity to give me my ... FADE TO BLACK.
Do you dare leave your thoughts? You can use your Porn Star pseudonym. Mine is Buffington Shelby (street I grew up on, first pet).Women are suffering from an epidemic ofinsecurity about their bodies, a shocking new poll has revealed.


According to the poll conducted by YouGov, 59 per cent women said they have negative thoughts about their looks at least four times a day, while half feel guilty at least some of the time after eating.

Worryingly, one quarter of women would take it as a compliment if someone told us we looked too thin, the Sun reported. The exclusive survey also found that many women blame "women" for making them worry about weight. 45 per cent said it was their own gender rather than men who made them feel like they have to be thin.


The survey of 1,831 women across the UK also revealed that a vast 74 per cent believe society - general portrayal of the image of beauty is currently too thin.
However, almost half (42 per cent) of the respondents claimed that in reality, a size 12 is "perfect".


Research shows an alarming increase in the number of people in the state who are addicted to porn... students included.

God's Own Country, of late, is in the news for all the wrong reasons. The latest addition is the alarming increase in the rate of pornography. When compared to other states, Kerala is the largest producer of porn videos in India, say industry insiders. They point out alcohol addiction, lack of sex education and a conservative society as factors contributing to this development."Surprisingly, a large number of school children are addicted to porn," says psychiatrist C P Somanath. He recently attended to a case where a Class II student was brought to him by the boy's parents for counselling as he was caught watching a porn video. 

Dr Somanath points out that if children are exposed to such videos during their sexually evolving stage, they get acquainted with such videos and even develop an addiction towards it, which may continue even after they get married. Psychologist Dr Vipin too shares the view and says that excessive use of porn for sexual pleasure has paved way for cybercrimes and rapes too.

About 136 cases of obscene publication or transmission were reported under the IT Act by
the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) in 2011, and Kochi was identified as the hub of cybercrime, followed by Calicut and Trivandrum. "Those exposed to such obscene videos have poor impulse control as their mind would be pre-occupied with such obscene and gross thoughts," explains Dr Somanath.The lack of sex education in the state is also to be blamed for this development. "Through sex education, children should be taught to respect their body, what to watch and what not to, and practice a healthy relationship with their partner and friends of the opposite gender. However, sex education is almost nil in most schools in the state," says Dr Vipin.

The society is also too conservative. The more you restrict someone from doing something, 












The naked truth behind Malindo Air’s interview process

Budget airline Malindo Air found itself in a public relations mess after news broke that they perform body checks on interview candid...