Generally I try to avoid the outrage porn, but this one is too good to pass up.
Amy Schumer apparently gives a speech where she admits to raping a drunk guy, continuing sexual acts despite the fact that he's intoxicated and occasionally falls asleep..
A detailed article is found here.
Well, in case you were asleep over the past few years (and subsequently raped by Amy Schumer), the latest feminist push has obviously been expanding the borders of the term "rape." One such frontier has been deciding that drunk sex is rape- or to clarify, somebody who is intoxicated cannot give consent, therefore having sex with somebody intoxicated is rape.
Now, putting aside the fact that this opens the door for two drunk people to simultaneously rape each other consensually, it's obvious in this case as one party is intoxicated and the other is sober that only one of them can consent. Hint: it's the sober person. She has 100% control of whether she enters the room.
Nevertheless, /r/askfeminists decides that maybe it's not rape- and some even go so far to argue that she didn't enjoy it so he probably raped her since "he was the aggressor."
Now let's just look at the details: if a 12 year old girl came on to a n 18 year old guy, he has a responsibility to say no because she's too young to consent. It doesn't matter if she puts herself onto him, he needs to leave the scenario. It doesn't matter that she was the aggressor, she was somebody who lacked the ability to consent to sex.
If a drunk guy comes onto a girl, she has the responsibility to say no. It doesn't matter that he was the aggressor, he was somebody who lacked the ability to consent to sex.
Well... if you accept the nonsense definitions that feminists bring forward.
Is anybody surprised another feminist ideal is inconsistent with itself?
The answer, of course, is never be alone with a woman. They represent a legal liability in any and every scenario.
That's not really realistic advice, and I personally enjoy being around women. But at least you've been warned.