If it's with negation (nie dotykamy) - yes, it requires.
In my region (Little Poland) genitive is very rare. We use accusative by far more often (this sentence: "Dotykamy tamtą żółtą koszulę")
Wow, interesting how dialects differ from each other. Thanks for sharing this info with us.
Since Krakow is a huge destination for many tourists, they might hear this a lot, then!
Isnt koszuli plural? I thought it was only used like this when negated.
"koszuli" is Genitive singular, although some natives could mistakenly treat it as Genitive plural as well (this, however, should be "koszul").
And "dotykać" is a verb that takes Genitive.
Hi jellei can you please recommend me a link or webpage which show the list of verbs that require genitive or accusative?
By direct object you mean like something that is near me, that I can reach easily?
No, no no :D See here: http://plato.algonquincollege.com/applications/guideToGrammar/?page_id=3357