It makes the surrounding look dirty. Though MMDA launched a project about painting the walls to prevent vandalisms I guess it is not enough to prevent them from doing this. They use paint spray, which are hard to remove. I wonder why some people would really draw a person’s genital area in a public place. If I were a boy, I would feel ashamed to see my private part in the wall where everybody else could see. Vandals can be found everywhere, especially around Metro Manila. A man aging from 12-21 are more likely to do this stuffs, especially if they belong to a gang.
Behind this wall full of vandals is a church.
I also often see vandalisms at buses’ seats, there are some foul words referring to sex and it comes with a cell phone number. Sometimes they put “wanted text mate” to earn some attention.
In our Psychology room at EB 7th floor, almost every chair has an illustration a man’s private part, comes with different sizes and different kinds. Is it fulfilling to draw a person’s private part? What is with it that it seems to be addictive?
Vandalism in the comfort room is common, especially in public comfort rooms. When I was in grade school, I often see some vulgar words meant for cursing at the girls’ washroom. In grade school, it is a common way to revenge to your enemy. It is so childish yet funny.
How I wish if those who vandalize will just draw some awesome doodles or graffiti like these,
In that case, it will not be an eye sore anymore; instead, it will become an eye candy.