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In Japan, customs officials raised the concern that Blanc had not had a proper work permit on his earlier visit to Tokyo.
They stated that the crime kyōsei waisetsu, translated literally as "forcible indecency", appeared to be committed in the video but that such charges require a victim's testimony.
those are values abhorred in this country." Alleging that permitting Blanc into the country “legitimises sexual assault and predation” and that his pick-up techniques “directly exploit vulnerable men who buy into rape culture and end up believing that this is an appropriate way to behave,” shadow home secretary (Labour) Yvette Cooper called upon Home Secretary Theresa May to deny Blanc entry to the country.
Following the visa denial, the BBC interviewed documentary maker Tim Samuels about his perceptions of the seminar taught by Blanc featured in Samuels' documentary "The Hunt for Real Men" broadcast the previous June.
Some of the messages we’ve presented have taken the position that Christians can apply their faith in such a way that they can still work within the system they’ve inherited.
Other messages have stressed that Christians need to be much more counter-cultural.
In a later interview with BBC, Samuels described the seminar as being "in a classroom, in a hotel, with a hundred, two hundred guys who start making notes, with Julien at the front as the kind of rock star guru, people hanging on every word, and generally getting fairly practical pop psychology tips on how to approach women, what sort of conversation to make, how to project your alpha male, and a sense of self confidence." The video, which has since been removed, shows Blanc presenting a seminar to a roomful of men.
The controversy surrounding Blanc has given rise to criticism and debates on various aspects of the social media campaign against him.
Several commentators have charged that petitions calling for Blanc to be refused entry to various countries amounts to censorship and violation of free speech, Observers have also argued that the social media campaigns have been repressive and counterproductive in relation to more important feminist goals for achievement of women's equality, such as changing laws and funding women's services, One of Blanc's personal assistants spoke to Newsbeat (a BBC Radio 1 programme) on November 20, 2014 asserting that Blanc's content had been misinterpreted by the media, supporting Blanc's earlier claims that his coaching content had been taken out of context.
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Blanc's response was that he did place his hand around their necks but "did not physically choke them", and that his intent in posting the photos in that way was merely to "provoke a shock", and was a "horrible attempt at humor." In response to criticism of Blanc's post of a graphic of ways in which women can be abused, Blanc denied that he used the graphic in his course or that he teaches it, instead saying "this is so far in the opposite direction of what I teach, that I stupidly thought, you know mocking it would be funny.", using the online nickname Tyler Durden, wrote on the RSD website, "I think Julien’s video was absolutely stupid," saying that the video was out of context and that Blanc had posted it for shock value, not realizing the full outcome the situation would lead to.