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The crotch-grab is done almost exclusively by males.

It is, as the name suggests, a grabbing (or one-handed cupping and lifting) of the penis and testicles - usually through clothing.

The target may give a response in kind to maintain status, as in fighting words and trash-talk. The act of taunting can be learned by observation and improvisation.

In sociological theory, the control of the three social capitals is used to produce an advantage in the social hierarchy as to enforce one's own position in relation to others.

Taunting is committed by either directly, or indirectly encouraging others to taunt the target.

It can also mean "Victor" in some countries, which is not to be mistaken for the "Peace" gesture.

The "Peace" gesture is done with the palm facing the recipient of the gesture.

The image suggested is a large penis growing out of the forehead.

A more insulting form is where the thumb and finger are brought closer together so the gap between them is smaller and more elongated with the hand moved in the same manner.

Despite recent prudish rulings by the Italian legal system, the (public) crotch-grab is still resorted to by more traditionally-minded Italian men as a means of deflecting the ill-luck threatened by objects or people related to death and burial and (more esoterically) the unlucky number 17 (said to be unlucky because it a) resembles a man hanging from a gibbet and b) because when written XVII in Roman numerals is an anagram of 'vixi' - 'I lived', a verb form considered unlucky because of its frequent occurrence in ancient Roman funerary inscriptions).

The cutthroat gesture is performed by drawing the hand, or a finger or two, across the throat.

A raised, clenched fist is used as a gesture of defiance by a number of groups.

It is usually considered to be hostile, yet without any sexual, scatological, or notionally offensive connotations.

In French, the taunt uses syllables often rendered "Nananananère," and Swedish-speaking children use the phrase "Du kan inte ta mig" ("You cannot catch me").

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