interesting how the answers change as the men get younger
Don’t try to tell me society is getting more screwed up. It may be taking us a while but we are learning.
Hilariously written with lines like, ”I drove two hours for you. My. Cock. Is. Hard. What are you going to do about it?” and “He begged to experience me.” Paint by the numbers article is cute but likely manufactured. Just check out the alleged marks he left. She expects readers to buy those obvious self-inflicted wounds? I’m sure there are men’s rights advocates that are in fact assholes out there but this is just comical, touching on almost every caricature feminists draw up about them. [source]
Best yet is it was on that shit hole of a site, worse than jezebel, xojane and written by “anonymous” who did not report it to the police lmao. Comments were even better. People who doubted the article were silenced.
Hold on for a sec. I’m gonna back up and hope none of my followers posted this, because I WILL hold the person I’m reblogging this from accountable. I don’t care that you’re 15, this is the perfect time to learn a fucking lesson.
When someone says they’ve been sexually assaulted, your first response shouldn’t be to fact check. The first response should be “how can I help you”. You should be asking about the persons well being, ask if they’ve received any counseling for the situation.
Take it from a rape survivor. It’s absolutely understandable that someone would want to be anonymous. I’m terrified as hell of my rapist, and he still has the material he used to blackmail me into meeting him. I haven’t told the police because the legal system wouldn’t be on my side. I have no evidence. My memories are fuzzy, but not too fuzzy to remember that I told him no before he violated me vaginally, orally, and anally.
Tldr; How fucking date you jump to the conclusions that this person wasn’t raped. How. Fucking. Dare. You.
Go read the fuckin’ article you dense cunt. It says nothing about them being raped. But of course, you’ll say “BUT IF MAN LAY HAND ON WOMAN IS RAPE” like some sort of deluded shitstain.
Non consensual sexual advances or contact is rape.
If he tried to feel her up when she said no, that’s sexual assault.
But thanks for your kind words, good sir. I’m sure you win all sorts of debates that way.
Just so everyone knows the latest comment is the one I’m reblogging. :)
In 2000, a dancer in San Francisco was raped in a private booth at the Mitchell Brothers strip club. When she complained to the owners about the rape, they fired her. Promoting an atmosphere that winked conspiratorially at sexual exploitation, harassment, and violence, the club had distributed advertisements that told customers, “What you do on your side of the curtain is your little secret” (Sward, 2000). In 2004, a woman prostituting at a Nevada brothel filed civil law suits against a john who assaulted her and against pimp Dennis Hof because he failed to call police and because the panic button in her room was not working (Associated Press, 2004).
Anonymous said: One time I was arguing with a girl who was pro-life and she asked me why I was pro-choice and I told her it's not my place or right to tell someone else what they can or can't do with their body. And she responded with "Well then rape should be legal because who are we to tell someone what they can or can't do and its not the baby's fault a girl got raped" btw I'm a rape survivor and she knows that. All I could think of was to say that was ignorant, do you have a better response?
Comparing rape to abortion is something running rampant through the antichoice community and it’s despicable and really needs to stop.
Rape is the act of one human being removing violating another human being’s body. Abortion is a medical procedure in which a fetus (which is not considered by law to be a person. Even if it was, it still doesn’t have ownership over another’s body) is removed when it does not have permission to be there. Acts that do not harm other human beings are usually legal (drinking alcohol, smoking, doing drugs, etc.), and those that do (murder, rape, theft, etc.) are usually illegal. No, it is not the fetus’ (not baby’s) fault that the rape occurred, but abortion is not performed to “punish” a fetus. The rape survivor might choose to have one as a way of taking care of themselves by ending a pregnancy that they do not consent to.
As one survivor to another, the idea that others would force me to carry a pregnancy I didn’t want, no matter how it was conceived, just compounds home the reality that they see me as nothing more than an incubator with no actual agency over myself, and that they see the product of the rapist’s crime as being more important than me and my wellbeing.
Can I, as a rape survivor, add to this discussion? (I can write a post about my rape experience in another post)
For me, I was the victim of a hideous crime. I was violated in an unimaginable way, and the man who did it will probably never be in jail. I regret not doing something about it soon after it occurred, and it will always haunt me.
Now, to go on to the topic of abortion and rape.
The reason I oppose abortion in the circumstance of rape is because the unborn human is also a victim of the tragic situation. The unborn person didn’t do it, the woman didn’t commit the rape. The only criminal in the situation is the rapist.
I don’t see you as an incubator. I don’t want you or the unborn human to suffer. I think the rapist should be punished, but I want to preserve the life of all parties.
Prolifeforall, I love how compassionately and calmly you talk to people about this issue, despite everything you’ve gone through. You don’t know me personally but your blog gives me a lot of hope. <3
It’s sad from this poster, we know exactly what happened.
this makes me so angry
Whenever I hear people defending rapists by making excuses such as 'they lead them on' or 'did you see what they were wearing' I casually interrupt them and ask if 'my six-year-old-self was asking for it by simply wearing a uniform to school?'.
IT. SHUTS. THEM. UP. EVERY. SINGLE. TIME.
"What do you mean, NO?"
this is precisely why i am against sex as a contract (aka the transactional model of sex). not only can you not buy a woman’s consent to sex but under this model rape is seen as “theft of goods and services” and murder of prostituted women justified as a reaction to being robbed. if a woman’s desire is valued at all then she has the absolute right to refuse an act at any time and for any reason. ironically, sociopaths tend to view relationships as transactional (i am not saying all these men are sociopaths, but they are engaging in sociopathic behaviors). these pieces of shit complain that their wives/girlfriends fake orgasms, but then expect prostituted women to fake orgasms. they complain that they are gold diggers who drain them of their money while trapping them in unhappy relationships, then go and spend money on prostituted women. women choosing their own sexual pleasure over that of a man’s is seen as selfish and bitchy, because they are supposed to “love” men with unconditional consent (read: no boundaries) and not be choosy, while men are never asked to prove that they even like women. this leads me to conclude that such men do support the transactional model of sex; all they care about is a woman’s sexual availability.
another issue is that men who are typically pro-sex industry are against organized religion, they say, because it is wrong to bribe poor people into converting. well, financial coercion for sex is the same thing, but when it comes to sex all their capacity for the “logic” they say they have goes out the window. they believe women should be sexually regulated by the government for men’s use.
I was scrolling down this blog I’d never been on before and there was a post that said “end rape-culture hysteria” (which, first of all, what??), and they posted an actual gif of a rape. It was the most disturbing thing I’ve ever seen, and I know some people think it’s dumb to be triggered but boy am I. :/
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