It takes less than 30 seconds and it helps men ensure everything’s copasetic down there. So why don’t more men administer testicular self-examinations to check for lumps on their nether regions or any other sign of testicular cancer? This video uploaded by Simple Pickup shows just how willing men are to let an attractive young nurse perform her own testicular exam in public, but it’s clear most don’t think to do it themselves.
“In honor of Movember, we hit the streets to raise awareness for testicular cancer by giving free exams. We donated $100 for every guy that agreed,” the YouTube descriptions read. “But that’s still not enough. For every 100k views this video gets, we’re donating an additional $100 to the Movember campaign.”
Although some of the men are not as keen to let a stranger feel up their family jewels, the majority are fine with letting the scantily clad faux nurse check for any irregularities. One man was under the impression that testicular exams can wait until he’s around the age of 40. He quickly learns that 15 to 35 is the appropriate age range for testicular exams.
After raising $600, Simple Pickup also agreed to donate $100 for every 100,000 views this video garners. The American Cancer Society advises that men should always be aware of testicular cancer and see a doctor right away if they find a lump on their testicle. Most doctors recommend a self-exam once a month after puberty. After all, according to Marissa, “you are just as qualified as I am to give yourself a thorough examination.”