If someone was willing to remain stoic while their genitals were repeatedly manhandled to the point of pain, just to get on an aircraft without further examination, wouldn't that suggest this person was more likely to be carrying contraband than someone who objected to the assault? Ditto for people who will permit their children to be terrorized or sexually assaulted, their private property confiscated (stolen actually), and generally submit without question to unconstitutional abuse from federal employees? Doesn't common sense suggest that the passenger behavior the TSA demands is the most suspicious behavior, and the behavior the TSA condemns is near proof positive the passenger in question has nothing to hide? Where's the common sense here? As has been stated many, many times before: scope n' grope cannot possibly be about security, because it runs directly counter to security. Whatever the TSA's true agenda is, that agenda has absolutely no relationship to Transportation Security.