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USA Today: Feminist's political push to broaden the definition of rape has had unforeseen consequences...Women are now "rapists" too.

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239 upvotes • [deleted] • 5 years ago

Welcome to the land of equality, ladies. If you want to constantly redefine the world to meet your narcissistic ideals, expect it to bite you in the ass eventually.

94 upvotestrpSenator5 years ago

I find it so ironic. With all the SJW gaslighting, intellectual dishonesty, selfishness, and manipulation, they are walking talking extreme cases of what TRP teaches about women. Like, feminists are a case book example of crazy female mind that TRP teaches, even more than the average woman. I just can't shake how ironic that the group that is fighting for equality is the biggest non-equal hamsters around. They are the most solipsistic, selfish, dumb, ignorant, and sexist group of women around.

Am I the only one that finds this just ridiculously ironic?

49 upvotesgekkozorz5 years ago

Virtually everything SJW's say is just pure, unfiltered powertalk. Take for example the classic "victim blaming" logic - "we shouldn't be teaching women to be safe, we should be teaching men not to rape women."

Obviously this logic falls apart with even the slightest bit of rational examination. First of all, those two options are not mutually exclusive. Second, the idea that we can end crime by sheer education is retarded.

They either know their logic sucks, or they just don't care. But that's not the point. The point is use their harsh words to bully and shame men to get them more under the Feminine Imperative's thumb by creating a narrative where men are the villains and women are their victims who need to be catered to at all costs.

28 upvotesPosition5hero5 years ago

Second, the idea that we can end crime by sheer education is retarded.

This. No one EVER walked into a bank with an AR-15 and a haloween mask thinking it was a legal activity

28 upvotes • [deleted] • 5 years ago

What if I was drunk? Would it be legal then? I mean since I (now) can't be held accountable for sexual actions I take while intoxicated, I should get a pass on everything else I do drunk as well.

15 upvotestrpSenator5 years ago

My dad told me of a DUI he got when he was younger. The first night, the cop told him to throw his keys into the orchard and walk home and come back whenever he's sober enough to find him. A month later the cop finds him driving drunk again, but this time in his drive way passed out with the motor running. This time, however, the cop wasn't so pleased because he already gave him a warning and was clearly piss drunk this time and was obviously driving.

When he went to court to plead guilty or not guilty he argued that he can't possibly plead because he can't remember if he was driving or not. For all he knew, he was framed, so it's impossible to plead. So the judge dismissed the case. Times were different back then.

4 upvotes • [deleted] • 5 years ago


2 upvotesBasementMisogynist5 years ago

Excuse me ma'am please leave this this subreddit immediately and take your crappy femlogic with you

2 upvotesPosition5hero5 years ago

I'm not arguing that if a girl is drunk she can't consent that's dumb as fuck

2 upvotesfullhalf5 years ago

the idea that we can end crime by sheer education is retarded

this is what i always say when i argue with them about it. i say "can we teach people to not rob and murder?" it's perfectly fine to give people tips on how to not get robbed but oh no, if anyone suggests ways to not get raped, slut walk tiem!!!!!!!!

66 upvotes • [deleted] • 5 years ago

Men can't be raped, don't you know it moron?! Misogynist! Patriarchy!


44 upvotesRedBigMan5 years ago

Now lets stop calling it 'made to penetrate' and start labelling it as rape like it should be in the first place.

18 upvotestrpSenator5 years ago

They still don't care. They'll still find a way to blame it on patriarchy this still making a mans fault, thereby making rape on men not something they care about because we just brought it on ourselves. Seriously that's how they think. They don't give two shits about male victims.

19 upvotes • [deleted] • 5 years ago

"It's male patriarchy's fault that women want sex in the first place!!"

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1 upvotesClauderoughly5 years ago

That's almost exactly what is taught by political lesbianism. The black, ugly heart of feminism

2 upvotesoldneckbeard5 years ago

it'll be more like "see, feminism will help everyone!"

1 upvotes • [deleted] • 5 years ago

Ironically, one of the extremely rare times that would be true. Every squirrel finds a nut once in a while.

5 upvotesGreatWhite_Buffalo5 years ago

I lol'd at this comment:

Women do sexually assault men, and their fellow men/the system they are raised within tell them they are supposed to like it. It is just like men raping women, it is about power, about being in control, and maybe some women feel like they need to take that control back, maybe control taken from them, but they are still in the wrong.

She saved some face with the last few words but still did her damndest to blame it on men.

2 upvotesSinborn5 years ago

"see that hard-on? he was enjoying it!"

13 upvotesClauderoughly5 years ago


13 upvotesClauderoughly5 years ago

The backlash is gaining steam, as evidenced in gamergate. The fire rises!

10 upvotesanonlymouse5 years ago

Not anymore. They're losing their hold on the media. As is evident by this article.

91 upvotesHomard805 years ago

Thus, as Young points out, the CDC finds that men make up over a third of the victims of "sexual coercion," which can include such things as "lies or false promises, threats to end a relationship or spread negative gossip, or 'making repeated requests' for sex and expressing unhappiness at being turned down."

Boom. Right there.

Have turned down many Women for sex. How do you think it fared out?

Women can rip the guts right out of a male if they turn "the switch". I have had it personally done to me. Except I just laughed and ignored them.

66 upvotesLineOfCoke5 years ago


66 upvotesLineOfCoke5 years ago


66 upvotesLineOfCoke5 years ago

Seriously if I have sex with you while you had makeup on and looked hot and I wake up next to you in the morning and you look busted, you raped the fuck out of me.

6 upvotesfullhalf5 years ago


6 upvotesfullhalf5 years ago

there should be friendzone rape then. leading a guy along and making him feel like he has a chance and never outright rebuffing his overtures meanwhile using him for favors and gifts. even going so far as to start dating a guy but not telling him so that she can keep using him because she knows he'll stop if he knows she has a boyfriend now.

1 upvotesRed_August5 years ago

Absolutely, she's raping you of your time, making you a time ho.

5 upvotesthrough_a_ways5 years ago

It would have to be quite the lie.

Maybe in the U.S., but not in Israel. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rape_by_deception#Israel

Guy doesn't tell woman about being Arab, has sex, she later finds out he's Arab, now he's a rapist.

2 upvotesfullhalf5 years ago

it's not rape but that's what feminists are doing with the expansion of the definition of rape. they're turning every little shit possible into rape and thereby screwing themselves over.

32 upvotesmordanus5 years ago


32 upvotesmordanus5 years ago

I see nothing wrong with lying to a girl to get her to fuck you. That is how attraction works in our society. Every act that a woman goes through to attract men now is a lie so that they can compete with each other. Makeup is a lie. Their clothes that lift and separate are lies. Their heels, boob jobs, ass implants, weaves, hair dyes, liposuctions, shaving, clothes that tighten etc. There isn't a straight woman in our society that doesn't lie in one form or another to get a man.

34 upvotessouthernmost5 years ago

Chris Rock put it best: "Everything about you is a lie, and you expect me to tell the truth. Fuck you!"

6 upvotesilovemyself1015 years ago

If anyone wishes to try this in a 'debate' with women... Please fucking do! The jaw drop/ hamster wheel breaking/pin dropping is gold. They are flabbergasted

0 upvotes • [deleted] • 5 years ago

I bust out that joke every time some harpy goes on about "men are such liars"

Chris rock was epic back in the day

2 upvotescmycorps5 years ago

What I don't understand is how is socially acceptable for a woman to use artificial means to increase her attraction, but a man using steroids is so condemned.

1 upvotesmordanus5 years ago

No shit. They inject botulism into their faces, have their fat sucked out and made into soap, and artificially enhance every other aspect of their physical form in order to win the competition game, but everything we do to increase ourselves artificially makes us not a real man. Women are just silly, goofy bitches.

6 upvotesMouthpiece5 years ago

So if a woman puts on makeup and wears a padded bra, where does that fall on the rape spectrum?

4 upvotesYouDislikeMyOpinion5 years ago

If I can lie and get what I want in 1 hour, why not then.

I am actually a good guy. I can make that woman have a great time without lying. This is not the way some women get attracted though.

This goes back to the whole "guys who are opening doors for women and being nice to them" should be swimming in pussy. That's not what some women are attracted to.

So I do the bullshit that they are attracted to. I'm lying by not being this great guy and getting the girl to like me for who I am, which does happen, but not for some women. So I run game, and they like me, and I get what I want.

I'm not literally lying by saying that I make a million a year when I do not. I am seducing them by using things like "location ladders" (or whatever it's called) where I slowly bring her to my house by using a series of easy steps that she can take that are perfectly fine till the point that "it just happened" (bar -> smoke outside -> walk to food -> I have vodka at my house that I'll bring to the bar, walk to my house -> show her my place -> game -> sex).

4 upvotesAerobus5 years ago

I'm curious, what do you think of women who lie about being pregnant to get men to commit in a relationship?

5 upvotes1independentmale5 years ago

Or worse, those who actually are pregnant but lie about it being yours.

2 upvotesTarn_Delus5 years ago

ow, that one should be punishable by prison.

-1 upvotesthrough_a_ways5 years ago

How is lying to a girl rape?

Google "Israel rape by deception"

80 upvotesthrowingwater5 years ago

I remember a episode in Louie where Louie refused to give a woman oral after she gave him oral. Saying that she made the decision to blow him, it doesn't mean he has to. Of course she proceeded to beat the crap out of him and force him to give her oral. They also agreed to go out again.

No one really batted an eye. But that was the protagonist of a show being raped and then agreeing to go out again with their rapist.

13 upvotesFroggie925 years ago

found it

8 upvotesmitch_1455 years ago

There was also an episode of Flight of the conchords, where one of the men is forced to have sex and belittled by the woman in front of her friends. At the time I thought it was just a gender reversal joke, but it is just satire of rape no matter the gender

4 upvotesmyschadenfreude5 years ago

Jesus. Really? I bet it was potrayed as a joke, wasn't it? Sickening.

46 upvotesIupvoteforknowledge5 years ago

Well it is Louis CK, a comedian. He hides a lot of deep, thought provoking stuff under the guise of comedy.

28 upvotesmyschadenfreude5 years ago

Yes, satire is the only available way to discuss some topics sadly.

-4 upvotesgarlicextract5 years ago

It's Louis CK dumbass, of course it was portrayed as a joke.

1 upvotesfullhalf5 years ago

in one of the teen comedies in the late 90s or early 2000s had this guy get tied down by some librarian who turned out to be a dominatrix. oh it was so funny to see him tied down and her whipping him and him crying and shit and it was suppose to be hilarious. how horrible would that scene look if it was a girl being tied down?

1 upvotesBuchloe5 years ago

Yeah. That scene was incredible. Totally realistic.

1 upvotesNathan_Flomm5 years ago

Didn't she bash his head into the car window to get head?

0 upvotesLineOfCoke5 years ago

The rape scene in Super! Was unbelievable how they just let that go and people try to defend it as something other than rape.

-7 upvotesdeville055 years ago

I remember that one.. I didnt think much of it i suppose. He could have punched her im thinking to avoid the cunnilingus.. but he would have been in trouble even though it was self defense. I guess we have been conditioned as males to think its not sexual assault if a woman forces a guy. I think that was louie's point.. That as guys.. We dont care.

But at the same time.. I dont think i would have been outraged if in that episode the man forced the woman to suck his dick, Only and only if she too agreed, non-chalantly post felatio, to go out with the guy again. I think her being casual about it makes it feel like she is ok with what happened or that she kinda liked it and perhaps she is into a bit of forced sex and that is wasn't all that traumatizing as feminists would make it out to be. Because according to them its always wrong and the woman is a victim. But are you a victim if you dont feel victimized?

Or perhaps that moment in louie is about how we as males feel about sex in general and if we are getting it one way or the other we are more or less fine with it.

10 upvoteswhoacalmdownthere5 years ago

What the fuck are you talking about?

1 upvotesdeville055 years ago

I edited it. Maybe it makes sense now

72 upvotes120902051820255 years ago

Being on the front lines of combat wasnt fun enough, now women want to be in prison for rape too. Enjoy the bed you made Sue.

6 upvotesfullhalf5 years ago

lol but they don't actually want to be on the front lines though. they're just crying about it because they can't. that's all. 99% of the guys who ever saw combat wished that they didn't. most guys who join the armed forces today are just fuck ups who have no where else to go in their civilian life. then there are guys who live in a fantasy world thinking being a soldier is cool. they all get lied to out the ass by recruiters. sometimes i wish there was another draft and women had to go just to see the majority of them suddenly get pregnant or some shit. it annoys the fuck out of me to see them talk like they're equal to men. they would literally shit their god damn pants if they were in battle for real. they'd crawl into a ball and just cry.

3 upvotesrebuildingMyself5 years ago

Feminists are dead silent on the draft. They know that women were protected from registering to get the same benefits because they couldn't go to the front lines. Now all that's left is pussy pass privilege, which they don't want taken away.

1 upvotes • [deleted] • 5 years ago

No, they hamster and say 'I'm anti war, nobody should have to sign up for the draft' to wit they ignore the fact that men have been pressed into the military for all of history.

3 upvotes • [deleted] • 5 years ago

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24 upvotesangry--napkin5 years ago

I suppose I won't be hearing much about this report in the media or on my favorite NFL pregame show.

3 upvotesfullhalf5 years ago

they can't talk about that in the pregame show. defending women is like calling yourself a christian. it automatically gives you a high horse and you get to be a hero or a kind person. it's so easy to do, just talk about it and you get all kinds of praise and feel oh so good.

25 upvotes • [deleted] • 5 years ago

Aw, man. I thought it would include the feminist idea of "stare rape".

I was pleasantly surprised by this article, though. Good stuff.

0 upvotesthrough_a_ways5 years ago


0 upvotesthrough_a_ways5 years ago

Trigger warning: The viewer may need to unload his or her clip into his or her computer screen.

12 upvotesIramohs5 years ago

I'm pretty sure she just wants to eat her.

25 upvotesredpillbanana5 years ago

The feminists are suffering from blowback.

Women are going to go to jail for rape and also paying significant alimony to men!

Critics tend to dismiss these as trivial, suggesting that the men involved should just "man up." But, of course, there's no reason to think that such coercion is any more trivial where men are concerned than where women are concerned, unless you believe that women are such fragile flowers that they cannot possibly withstand things that men are supposed to ignore.

It almost sounds like an MRA wrote this.

12 upvotesThanksRoissy5 years ago

It's good to see stuff like this going mainstream. I doubt there will be any real penalty to these 'rapists' however. Actual female statutory rapists still get reduced sentences and favor in the court system- what's affectionately know here as the pussy pass.

Still, a step in the right direction.

27 upvotes • [deleted] • 5 years ago

Its NOT a step in the right direction. Its another step in exactly the wrong direction. Women don't deserve to be locked up for bullshit "coercion" charges any more than men do.

Politicians need to stay the fuck out of our sex lives. Rape culture is a completely manufactured issue.

5 upvotesrebuildingMyself5 years ago

You'll never see change unless women are affected. This looks like a step in the wrong direction, but things usually get worse before they can get better.

8 upvotesLineOfCoke5 years ago

But they wont see the error in their ways unless they have to live with the consequences. Like liberals. Its all fun and games until the obscenely grotesquely obese government collapses inward on itself trying to give free everything to everyone. Once that happens people break out the bastiat and freedman quotes like lines at a Coke party.

10 upvotesgekkozorz5 years ago

You know, all this rape hysteria has been a great example of the Horseshoe Effect. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horseshoe_theory

If I'd told you 5-10 years ago that a certain group was pushing to get sexual encounters to be so taboo that you can't engage in one unless both parties are enthusiastically nodding their heads and saying "I am super okay with this you have my permission to pleasure my genitals" throughout the entire thing, and if you don't you're breaking the law, you probably would have assumed that this group were a bunch of hyper-religious rightwing nutjobs.

You wouldn't have guessed that this was actually coming from far-left, progressive femtards.

1 upvotesfullhalf5 years ago

hey, the feminist agenda is too strong and nobody can stop it. they're the ones pushing it in that direction.

1 upvotesanonlymouse5 years ago

It's a step in the right direction because this is the only way the laws will change.

6 upvotesverdantmiles5 years ago


2 upvotesfullhalf5 years ago

not reduced sentences, that's like a euphemism. they straight up get a slap on the fucking wrist. that's why there are so many cases of it now. it used to be kind of rare but so many of these cases have happened and almost none of them got jail time. so now there are a shit load of it. i see new cases all the time. i remember back when i was a kid, the mary kay latourneau case was huge and another one like it didn't happen for another 10 years. now there's like 20 cases a year at least. in the case of latourneau, they did love each other and they got married later too. yet, she had to go to jail. meanwhile, some of these women are caught fucking 5 kids or something and get a few months. what the fuck? even back then, latourneau only got 6 months with 3 suspended, so it's only 3 months of jail for fucking a 12 year old. any man that fucks a 12 year old girl would be in jail for a long fucking time and probably get beaten up in jail over it.

5 upvotes • [deleted] • 5 years ago

The MRAs brought up this issue a long time ago, it's taken the MSM a while to catch up.

4 upvotescaveboy775 years ago

Yeah I was surprised and lol'd at that last line.

-4 upvotesLineOfCoke5 years ago


-4 upvotesLineOfCoke5 years ago

They should have asked Ron Paul.

22 upvotesLRW345 years ago

Women: We want to be recognized as equals!

Men: it may mean you lose the victim card and that data may show you're guilty of the same crimes as men

Women: give us a minute let us think this over

20 upvotesmbillion5 years ago

I would not have taken USA Today for an organization with enough gusto to actually tell the truth, with that said, Of course they do. You cast a wider net and .... there you go, its much harder to get something off the books than it is to get it on the books

21 upvoteslevel_e11even5 years ago

Lol damn, didn't know USA today had the balls. Great article.

29 upvotesKublerRossWasWrong5 years ago


29 upvotesKublerRossWasWrong5 years ago

No, he will be bounced out of college for rape. He had an obligation to realize she was not capable of rational thought or decision-making and should have not engaged in sexual congress with her, post suicide threat.

1 upvotesfullhalf5 years ago

holy shit, sounds like sarcasm but is probably what's going to happen. fucking makes me rage to think about it.

9 upvotesBetterToBeFeared5 years ago

I can go back to 2-3 instances in my life where I was coerced and in one case assaulted for sex. Of course in any of these instances I could have easily have used force to get myself out of them but then your taught never to put your hands on a woman. Plus, had I used force to free myself I'd probably be the one accused of rape somehow.

I never for one second considered myself a victim I just kind of laughed it off and chalked it up as another crazy sexcapades story. However, if a girl were in my shoes in those instances feminists would 100% call her a victim of sexual assault. So yeah, if I were given this survey and the new definition of "rape" I would absolutely tell them a woman had committed this crime against me.

I am not surprised the number is so high given the new feminist definition.

4 upvotesLineOfCoke5 years ago

I was sexually assaulted once. Fat nasty black girl grabbed my head and stuffed her tongue in my mouth be for I had time to react. Also can recall a time or two when girlfriend pestered me for sex even though mu was exhausted from a 16 hr day and my whole damn body was throbbing. The last thing I wanted to do was fuck. But she wouldn't stfu and let me sleep until I did.

1 upvotesfullhalf5 years ago

in high school at 14, this girl came up to my friend to try to mack on him. she put her arm on his shoulder and he shrug it off hard saying fuck off. she was ugly as fuck. so what does she do? she starts beating his ass. he was a nerdy kid, she was ghetto ass. broke his glasses and scratched up his neck. i pushed her off and we walk away. i didn't want to hit her because i was brainwashed so badly about not hitting girls. so we walk away and the girl chases after us so i had had it and i threw down my backpack and got ready to fight her. lo and behold a fucking cop shows up. we tell the cop to arrest her, we show him the scratches on his neck and his broken glasses. she is perfectly unharmed. the cop said something i never ever forgot. "i didn't see the fight so i can't do anything about it." even at that age, i knew he was a fucking liar and it stuck with me my entire life. if it was a girl who showed those marks, the guy would be arrested in a second. anyways, backstory is, she was his neighbor who he never noticed but she had been eyeing him for some time. he only realized it after he got back home and saw her around.

-2 upvotesiluminatiNYC5 years ago

Dude...if you're for real, you might want to talk to someone about that. Being "assaulted for sex" isn't a good thing, no matter what you call it. Jussayin'.

7 upvotes1independentmale5 years ago

Don't do this.

It is not your place to tell somebody what they ought to feel. It is absolutely possible to enjoy being raped or sexually assaulted. In fact, it's one of the most popular sexual fantasies for women.

1 upvotesBetterToBeFeared5 years ago

Maybe because I'm a male who didn't feel horribly threatened by these situations, and I don't like playing the victim when I don't feel like one, but I just laughed them off. I honestly don't have any long term damage from these experiences. People who do and want help should seek it sure, I just don't need it. My point is that I didn't even realize I was assaulted until I read the definition universities and feminists use for assault.

Also, I don't want to cast doubt on victims who have been hurt, but I think it is a natural reaction for some people to get riled up and play the victim when on paper they've been wronged even though they didn't feel like it was the case in the moment. Something happens, you're OK with it, then people and lawyers say "you've been hurt you should get justice!" And you then convince yourself you've been traumatized after the fact even though you wouldn't have felt bad for yourself if others haven't encouraged it.

7 upvotesDreamtrain5 years ago

Feminists say they want equality for both men and women so they have no right to complain about this one

1 upvotesfullhalf5 years ago


1 upvotesfullhalf5 years ago

I wouldn't have considered it rape unless I fought them the entire time

feminists nowadays say a girl can consent to sex then not consent and it would be rape. she can not physically fight back at all and it could still be rape.

6 upvotesAmazonExplorer5 years ago

Once again, this is only seen as a "problem" when women are directly implicated.

The problem isn't that men are being "raped" as often as women are, but that women are being accused of "rape" as often as men are.

6 upvotestabularaja5 years ago

I am a rape surviv--fuck I just triggered myself

3 upvotesLineOfCoke5 years ago

/GIF of Tio Salamanca dinging his bell.

0 upvotestabularaja5 years ago

thanks for the 3 minute lol haha

2 upvotes • [deleted] • 5 years ago

First of all, if you were to verbally ask a woman, "want to have sex?", she will say "no" almost 100% of the time. That's what they do. They never actually say "yes, let's have sex". They avoid the question, or say no, or tease , or delay indefinitely, essentially forcing the man to take initiative. They don't say "yes" verbally, it is done more with body language or the way they carry themselves.

Furthermore, why is it that if someone gets drunk and decides to drive their car, they are guilty of driving under the influence. If they get drunk and are disorderly in the streets they are guilty of being drunk in public. YET if they decide to get dunk and have sex with someone else, then the person they had sex with is guilty of rape? Why? Why is it that drunks need to be held accountable to not drive, to not be drunk in public, YET, simultaneously, they have no accountability for who they decide to have sex with while they are voluntarily intoxicated? It makes absolutely no sense.

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1 upvotes • [deleted] • 5 years ago

Just to prepare you for the inevitable, allow me to introduce you to /r/pussypass ...

2 upvotes • [deleted] • 5 years ago

The problem with everybody here cheering this shift is that AWALT really doesn't include rape culture feminism. Most women enjoy being able to hit the bar and pick up some alpha dick to ride on the weekends. The core group of modern feminists are ugly land whales that hate the fact they can't do the same. So they set out to ruin it for everybody. Its those unfuckable feminists that are the enemy here, not their entire gender.

They originally targeted men but if those hot carousal riders now have to suffer too then whats it to these fatties? They don't stand a chance at the club either way. Rape culture is not a war on men, its a war on sexual freedom. A war you're now supporting.

6 upvotesEenjoy5 years ago

Asked a girl i used to work eith what she thought about modern feminism once, "I dont think that much about it. I am not ugly," was her response.

3 upvotesmanslutalt5 years ago

She's not dumb either apparently.

1 upvotesthrough_a_ways5 years ago

Most women enjoy being able to hit the bar and pick up some alpha dick to ride on the weekends.

Most women will also be physically disgusted after seeing that alpha dick show a demonstration of lower value, many of them enough to put the hammie wheel in overdrive to convince themselves, or others, that they were raped.

1 upvotesnomadicwilk5 years ago

that's an interesting point man. however, the pretty ones still do use the advantages given to them by feminism, namely birth control, abortion, paternity fraud, and divorce rape. the radical (in this context, a polite term for bat shit crazy) feminists are on the side of the spectrum of ugly and pulling a massive shit test over our sexual freedoms as men.

on a related note, if you saw one the parody video linked in the article, you might be able to tell who is leading this war. the old fart behind obama looks like he is about to explode with maniacal laughter when obama is spouting that bullshit. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-0ShuCkqHUQ&feature=youtu.be

2 upvotes • [deleted] • 5 years ago

That's easily fixed, just put into law that only women can be victims and there you go!

9 upvotesverdantmiles5 years ago

Redundant. That's already the court's interpretation of law.

2 upvotes • [deleted] • 5 years ago

Yeah, but that way there won't be any formalities and the courts can concentrate on prosecuting men.

1 upvotestallwheel5 years ago

Well, in most places forced envelopment and "made to penetrate" are not considered rape, so it almost is that way. A woman needs to anally penetrate a man with her finger or an object in order to legally rape him. Drugging him and mounting him? Not legally rape in most places.

1 upvotes • [deleted] • 5 years ago

I've had reluctant fucks and reluctant asslickings, the latter is less uncomfortable

2 upvotesiluminatiNYC5 years ago

And the headline is a problem...why?

Look, there are boys and men who are victimized and taken advantage of by women. If you don't want to use the word rape, fine. Call it hopscotch for all I care. Just don't call it not a crime. Maybe we'll see some justice in our lifetime. That would be sweet, wouldn't it?

4 upvotes • [deleted] • 5 years ago

Its not a crime. 95% of the time. For either gender, either way you spin it. A crime would be holding someone down and forcing yourself on them while they resist with all their might. Nearly anything less is turning "I regreted it afterwards/didn't think it'd be made public/didn't mean the consent I gave because I drink myself blackout drunk when I go out to dance at clubs full of horny people looking for sex" into grounds for labeling the other person a sexual predator. Not. A. Crime.

Specifically talking about adult men and women here. More factors to look at when younger ages are in play.

1 upvotesdencrypt5 years ago

Don't want to be the devils advocate here but do anyone have better sources than USA Today? The links they are referring to does not lead anywhere...

1 upvotes • [deleted] • 5 years ago

Critics tend to dismiss these as trivial, suggesting that the men involved should just "man up." But, of course, there's no reason to think that such coercion is any more trivial where men are concerned than where women are concerned, unless you believe that women are such fragile flowers that they cannot possibly withstand things that men are supposed to ignore. It will be interesting to see how college disciplinary boards handle this. If, in light of the data, women exhibit a similar predilection for sexual misbehavior to men, then surely the colleges should be punishing roughly as many women as men for such conduct. If they are not, the only possible explanation is some form of institutional sexism. That should be good news for Title IX attorneys, at any rate.

That is what makes the article. It turns any would be naysayer into the illogical enemy. Most people can't handle it when their only argument becomes invalid.

1 upvotes • [deleted] • 5 years ago

Women do rape.

Adults women rape children. Women sometimes blackmail men for sex.

The difference is women are more likely to use social means than physical means, because they are less likely to be able to physically conquer a man.

1 upvotes_Dumb_Cunt_5 years ago

As someone who believes in broad notions of gender equality and who thinks rape sucks...I think it's great.

1 upvotes • [deleted] • 5 years ago

Glenn Reynolds aka "Instapundit", is one of the strongest allies in the struggle to defeat equalism.

1 upvotesFlareprime5 years ago

I recently first heard the story of my younger brother getting raped. He was way too wasted and a woman carried him home, stripped him, and rode him forcibly. He told his friends after and they kinda guy-teased him. I wonder what kind of damage that does, no idea because he's a guy and won't talk about it.

This was years ago when nobody knew men could be raped. This is my brother, and I had no idea. Makes me wonder how many other men out there have suffered the same thing.

1 upvotesTry_25 years ago

I've been saying this for years. the Feminist/ Liberal Thought Police has spent so much time and effort trying to recreate the world in their own Orwellian image. Well, one day they're going to get the world they want, but I wonder if they'll like it.

1 upvotesRed_Zepperin5 years ago

This is a good thing for everyone.

1 upvoteswhitetower605 years ago

Women have had the potential to be rapists long before this article was published--this is not a shocking revelation. At least, it's not supposed to be. Male rape is chronically underreported because, among other reasons, the victims feel like they don't have a reason to feel abused.

1 upvotesMeatclap5 years ago

Women were always rapists too, there is no "now". However, as usual, they will face less or no prosecution for their crimes since rape culture in this country has made it okay, even comedic, for women to violate men.

1 upvotesJamesK19735 years ago

The irony is strong with this one...

1 upvotesRougepellet5 years ago

May reason assert itself sooner, rather than later.

Knowing how the public and society react, it'll be later. Much later.

1 upvotesderkonigistnackt5 years ago

times I was raped in my life:

1) at 16 a drunk older woman grabbed my dick in a club.

2) waking up multiple times with different partners by a BJ or just with the girl on top.

3) Having sex while drunk or high. I have very low tolerance, and I've had sex with polish women,... so they can clearly handle the alcohol better than me. So they "raped" me.

4) Every time I had sex with a woman over 18 when I was between 16 and 17 (I always had a thing for older girls, so they always raped me).

5) Tonight I'm going to have sex with a plate that I don't really care for that much anymore, since finding other better looking, younger and more interesting plates. So because I don't want to do it that much,... I'm going to get raped. And there's nothing I can do about it.

So... I am a victim, and I know my act of courage will inspire others to come out as well.

...In all seriousness, there should be another word for this kind of "rape". I am not traumatised by any of these experiences. You can't be raped if the only thing preventing you from stopping the sex act would have been to say: "hmm... I don't really feel like having sex right now". It's stupid and offensive for anyone who has been actually raped. And if this retarded extended version of rape is to exist and be punishable by law, because of the "stress it causes to its victims",.. then so should be a lot of things. Cheating for once. If we are married, have kids and you cheat on me... wouldn't that cause me a fuck ton of stress?? There's even a legal contract bonding us, and you broke it... shouldn't you go to jail?

1 upvotesRed_August5 years ago

Interesting little side note in one of the reports linked within the article: it turns out that a 15-year-old male is considerably more likely to be sexually assaulted than a woman over 40.

The Wall to the rescue.

1 upvotes • [deleted] • 5 years ago

I just generally hope this stuff will stick for a while and do the damage to even things out and overcorrect.

1 upvotesredpilltom5 years ago

It's the same thing wit h financial abuse.Read through what defines it and think about how many men you know go through that. Yet, of course, it really only applies to men.

1 upvotesComplainyGuy5 years ago

I love this subreddit. It has made me improve in QUANTIFIABLE ways. I am now on a career path, I have a wonderful relationship, I am a happier and mentally healthy person.

And so it hurts me to see this sub degrade itself to posting shit from USA Today purely for confirmation bias. (Below this comment I will reply headlines from this shitstain)

0 upvoteskataphora5 years ago


0 upvoteskataphora5 years ago

do you know what cis means?

0 upvotessuper-nsfw5 years ago

Hahahaa....and this, young "educated" know-it-all female college students, is just part of the reason people don't take your opinions seriously.

0 upvotes • [deleted] • 5 years ago

The question of the century is: Should men start seeing themselves as victims because he was nagged for sex?

1 upvotesEvesest5 years ago

Should we? Yes. Will we? No.

We're better than that. I can't go my day crying about shit that didn't actually cause much more than inconvenience at the time. There are no emotional scars involved in most of these definitions of rape women have invented. It's just clear example of boredom and letting it get the better of them.

As a man, I've been forced to do much more that I'm uncomfortable with than a woman will ever be expected to endure. Even the shit we consider commonplace, like dating, is extremely demanding on the male party and catered to making the female feel comfortable; that they don't know what "being forced to do something against your will" really means. We don't even notice it anymore.

0 upvotesLineOfCoke5 years ago

I've been there, and I can't say I felt like a victim, but i was definitely pretty pissed off about it for a while. But chronic abusers, you know how they are. They make you feel on top of the world like everything is great, until its not for a few minutes/hours, and then its like nothing ever happened, so it gets to be surprising easy to ignore these attacks as long as they leave mo lasting physical effects.

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