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The premise of the OP's question is fundamentally f***ed up, and yet certain idiots want to banter about how some kinds of rape isn't so bad. They are asking for it because they dress slutty.
Although rape is clearly wrong, a woman is asking for a sexual attack if she dresses provocatively
; even more so if she lives in a society that does not ensure that all decent men have healthy sex lives because sex dissipates male aggression.
Look at it this way, the concept is similar to concealing money/jewelry when traveling thorough poor neighborhoods, or avoiding water sports altogether in shark infested waters.
But as usual, because we are talking about women, they get a free pass and they are not required to except responsibility for their behavior.
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penman77 wrote:Some of you are the biggest f***ing dipshits I have ever run across.
If you think you have any entitlement to rape a woman because she doesn't want to have sex with you then you are a piece of shit. And just because this is the US doesn't mean that every father or brother is a p***y. Rape the wrong girl and it doesn't matter how bad a mofo you think you are, you will receive a death sentence.
This topic has nothing to do with advocating or justifying rape. You can't ride the PC train here by jumping to false conclusions and twisting words around knowing you won't be called out for it because you're coinciding with popular opinion. If you want are one of those mindless tools I suggest you re-direct here: http://www.boards.ie/
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My 2 cents!
Rape is NOT about sex per se, rape is about power.
When a woman dress "slutty" or whatever, what she really is doing is flaunting her perceived power and the ego boost it gives her, to everyone around her. No matter what modern woman write and say, they do get and will always get their "Power" through the perceived positive attention from others.
When a woman gets raped, the power of her sexuality is taken from her. The physical scars heal quite quickly, BUT the mental scars often linger on for years.
The old saying is true;
"You play with fire, you are going to get burned!"
Do some woman "ask" for it? I would say maybe BUT I'm not the kind of man to surrender ANY of my power to ANYONE not matter how good they look or how sexy they dress unless I wish too. They has to be a mutual sharing of power OR I'm not interested!
Men whom rape women are usually misfits whom can not overcome the power woman have over them because of their weak minds, weak intellect, and weak willpower. THUS they hate the power woman have over them, and pathetically think that by raping a unwilling woman they are not only taking the woman's power, they also can overcome their own pathetic lack of power by doing so. Never works! True inner strength comes from within, not without. To think that some men, and increasingly woman, would surrender their own freedom and dignity in order to "rape" someone thinking that it will magically "cure" them of their own lack of power is moronic in the extreme
The real question that should be asked is;
Why give anyone any type of your power, whatever that might be, UNLESS they deserve it by at least acknowledging your power?
"What we are seeing in this headless misandry is a grand display of the Tyranny of the Underdog: "I am a wretchedly longstanding victim;therefore I own no burden of adult accountability, nor need to honor any restraint against my words and actions. In fact, all efforts to restrain me are only further proof of my oppressed condition."
"It is the most perfect trump-card against accountable living ever devised."
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The premise of the OP's question is fundamentally f***ed up, and yet certain idiots want to banter about how some kinds of rape isn't so bad. They are asking for it because they dress slutty. Read more, comprehend more, post less.
So, do you actually have a point to make or are you just here to act all indignant and call people names?
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I don't think rape is about power at all, I think that is feminist noise by women who really don't understand men at all.
It's basically stealing a commodity and has historically been viewed as such. If you raped a woman it was considered stealing from the husband or father. Now that the husband and father have been marginalized by feminists and the government they are trying to redefine it under a feminist paradigm.
The motivation for rape is simple - if you see something that you really want to have but there's no way you can pay for it maybe one day you lose your cool and take it. It happens due to a momentary or premeditated loss of self control. Most of us are not rapists because we have high self control and/or tolerance for suffering. I've wanted to many times when I was hurting for lack sex just as I would be tempted to steal a loaf of bread when hungry.
In the old days you did not have average women giving it away for free willy nilly. I think it should be a crime but I don't think it's very serious anymore, the psychological implications are vastly overstated. Once when I was younger and a big mangina I said something like "rape is the worst thing you can do to someone" and the girl just smirked at me - that taught me something. Even women don't believe this shit!
Besides it's ok for men to get raped in prison and it's considered funny so now I laugh about women getting raped. Fair is fair right?
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