1. Rape consequences are not what they used to be:

    In our modern technological world with abortion, DNA testing and birth control, rape does no more lead to unavoidable offspring, uncertain paternity, and loss of all-important virginity.

  2. forcible rape-rape in the old fashioned senseRape prevalence is not what it used to be:

    Statistics show that forcible rape is on the decline (probably due to the availability of pornography).

  3. Rape is not what it used to be:

    Many of the modern 20 different types of rape are non-violent, not forcible and often even start out consensual, or are entirely consensual (were it not for the newly changed modern definition of "consent"). The utter linguistic and legal confusion in the watered down rape definition makes discussion of rape almost impossible. In spite of Vice president’s Biden’s claim (shared by feminists) that all rapes are the same, we still are not convinced that forcibly raping a 17 year old is exactly the same rape as consensual love making with the same 17 year old.

  4. Rape is over-rated.

    It is time to stop rape hysteria, to re-think the length of sentencing for rape, to stem the ever growing number of non-violent and even consensual types of rape, to reinstitute due process and constitutional rights for the accused.  Rape has ceased to be a special crime (see (1)), we should treat rape like any other crime. This is not "rape apology", it is down to earth "rape realism". Rape is bad. Rape is wrong. But we believe it is 100 times worse to be paralyzed for life or have large part of our body burned and scarred for life then to suffer a gentle consented-but-drunk-date-rape for half an hour.

 

Read with open mind. Read first, judge later. Question your moral convictions.

We were brought up with feminist credo, reinforced by politically correct colleges. It took us effort to overcome our brain washing. It required reading articles and books to see the mistakes, the misleading wrong logic, the cruel consequences of feminist and religious dogma. We were not born nor indoctrinated to be "anti-feminists" (a label we can accept), nor "rape apologists" or "misogynists" (labels that we will reject as unjustified).

We have been warned of the dangers of challenging the central tenet of feminist rape culture belief

We are afraid most people will read this with closed mind. Knee jerk reactions and inner convictions warp people’s logic so as to confirm their long held belief. We are attacking rape, the central tenet of feminism, even holier then harassment.

This is far worse then Galileo Galilei’s disrespect of some peripheral topic in the Bible regarding planetary motion. It is like doubting God’s existence.

We have been warned that this irreverent post might lead to vigilante persecution of the authors, with trumped-up false accusations, with Interpol hunting us down for our dangerous politically incorrect ideas.

We have an irrational and probably unwarranted trust that dissenting people could discuss this article on its merit and try to disprove it with arguments and logic. Unfortunately, logic can be very manipulative and confusing because of misleading and confusing terminology (see (3) above).

 

Men are violently averse to rape, even more so then women

We are very aware then most good men are extremely averse to rape,  "All men are rapists" is as unwarranted and unjust as saying "all women are gold digging cheating paternity fraudsters".

Men, as a class, loathe and detest rape more than women do.[...]

[President] Roosevelt declared without equivocation (and without explanation) that rape is a crime "even worse than murder" that deserves the death penalty.
That might strike modern readers as astonishing, but during the oral argument of the Kennedy v. Louisiana, 2008 U.S. LEXIS 5262 (June 25, 2008), Justice Ginsburg offered an explanation. Ginsburg noted that the historical imposition of the death penalty in rape cases stems from a tradition "when a woman was regarded as as good as dead once she was raped; and the crime was thought to be an offense against her husband or her father as much as it was to her." Treating rape as akin to murder, and thus warranting the death penalty, did "no kindness to women" she noted.
The "legal" executions of men for rape, and the illegal lynchings for rape that President Theodore Roosevelt decried, were carried out almost exclusively by men. Against men. Indeed, as we relate on this site, the killings, the beatings, and virtually all the other physical atrocities perpetrated against men falsely accused of rape are carried out by men.  
The False Rape Society: There is no ‘rape culture.’ Period.

This is probably why man-hating feminists use female superior verbal manipulation skills to ever expand the definitions of "rape" and "non-consent", to con women-loving good men into joining the lynch mob against consenting-but-drunk-girl-rapists, consenting-underage-girl-rapists, and, falsely-accused-but-presumed-guilty-rapists. From there it is only one step to lynch the mean "rape apologist" authors at Human-Stupidity.com.

[Roosevelt] also warned: "’The mob which lynches a negro charged with rape will in a little while lynch a white man suspected of crime.’

Roosevelt could have never imagined that nowadays US colleges and the US legal system itself lynch white or black men alike.

 

1) Rape consequences are not what they used to be

Rape was terrible: reproductive and social impact of rape

Why rape was as serious a crime as murder


 

The-Rape-of-Lucretia-xx-Felice-FicherelliIn the distant past, virginity at marriage was the only guarantee for a husband to be sure that the offspring was his. There was no DNA testing. There also was no birth control, nor abortion. A raped virgin woman lost all her value on the marriage market, and, virgin or not, was at great risk to bear a child from her rapist.

In some cultures, rape victims get shunned, stoned or killed. Real victim blaming! Because the woman lost her virginity, her marriageability was destroyed. She lost her "freshness seal". No decent man would marry her. Even less so if she actually became pregnant. One salvation would be a shotgun marriage, where the girl’s family would force the rapist to marry the "damaged good", the raped girl.

Shocking? These were drastic solutions to solve a terrible problem.

This is a similar moral dilemma a lioness has after a new lion took over the pride and killed all her cubs. A lioness with the moral principles, who would reject the only suitor and remain chaste would have no offspring. So a lioness does everything to protect her cubs from being killed. But, once they are killed she becomes fertile and consorts with a killer off her babies.

Rape was life destructing. The entire reproductive value, reproductive success, female mate choice were destroyed by rape. Devastating. Rape was really comparable to murder.

If the woman was already married, then similar damage would be done. The husband would lose his paternal certainty. The next baby could be the rapists’. Terrible for a husband, and thus terrible for the woman.

This explains why, historically, rape has been considered an extremely serious grave offense, similar to murder.

Evolutionary biology of rape

Rape ("forced copulation")  is frequent in ducks, geese, bottlenose dolphins and chimpanzees.

Duck being violently raped | YouTube

More video: Duck Breeding Behavior of Unpaired Males

Human females seem to have adaptations against rape (Darwin’s Rape Whistle). Consult Sociobiology of rape for more literature.

Rape, terrible no more:  modern technological progress alleviates most consequences of rape

Like virginity, rape should be taken less seriously today: abortion, DNA testing eases the consequences of rape

We do not claim that rape is inoffensive and harmless. Rather, our point is that the advent of birth control, abortion, and DNA testing changed the consequences (described above) of sexual behavior. Just as virginity became almost irrelevant, rape has lost most of its terrible life changing consequences:

  • Rape does no more make a women unmarriageable
  • Rape does no more force a woman to give birth to an unwanted baby fathered by the rapist (there is always abortion)
  • Rape does no more leave the actual or future husband unsure about paternity, if he is the father (DNA testing) nor put a husband at special risk of having a wife pregnant from a rapist (abortion, birth control)

Rape perceived as terrible due to irrational rape hysteria

Of course, constant feminist brainwashing, how terrible rape is, takes its toll. Constantly suggesting victims how terrible their ordeal was, becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy: Victim: Courts did more harm than PolanskiSexual harassment is in the eye of the beholder. No fright, no distress

Rape ceased to be as serious as murder

Rape is certainly still a crime and is a very unpleasant experience. But it does no more deserve the special distinction as an extremely serious crime, comparable only to murder.

Now that technology has taken away the reproductive and social consequences of rape (as described above), rape alone, in itself, has no long term physical consequences. (For the purpose of our discussion here: if there are injuries during rape, then we define these injuries are separate crimes in addition to the rape. If the penetration caused injuries, then the injury still is a separate crime.)

Rape: less serious consequences then face-disfiguring injuries

Penetrative rape certainly has less serious consequences then penetration with a knife, or a bullet, anywhere in the body

Rape seems to have less serious long term consequences then burns in the face, punches that break front teeth or cause multiple breaks in facial bones

Without the reproductive and social consequences of rape described above, then b

Being a rape victim seems to be comparable to crimes like

  • dunked into a toilet,
  • violently held or tied down,
  • Being choked out in a fight,
  • force-fed disgusting items.

Such crimes are perpetrated against men and women all the time by bullies and other criminals.

Feminist illogic

We will not go as far as to claim that heterosexual rape is a positive experience, though that argument could be made by logical deductions from (false) feminist premise that both genders are equal:

by the feminist argument that female sexuality is the same as that of males. Any man who truly believed that would be unsympathetic towards a woman who had been raped, because the chances are that he would regard the idea of being raped by women as a positive fantasy. Glenn Wilson on Rape

2) Rape prevalence is not what it used to be

US rape statistics show that after a maximum in 1992, the frequency of forcible rape declined in spite of increased population. There never was as much rape as feminist propaganda would want to make us believe:

There also is the entire false rape accusation industry. False rape accusations always existed but multiplied because feminist laws made rape accusations so much easier and postulated the lie that "women don’t lie about rape".

Rape allegations frequently serve as a cover-up for mistakes or misdeeds. Girls who drink themselves into a alcoholic stupor blame Date-rape drug drink spiking. Forensics show that most claims of Rohypnol spiking are false.

3) Rape is not what it used to be

 

Rape is a type of sexual assault usually involving sexual intercourse, which is initiated by one or more persons against another person without that person’s consent. Wikipedia

50 years ago the words consent and rape still had their original meanings.

Nowadays we have various types of non-consent and 20 types of rape, leading to funny logical paradoxes

Feminists are adamant that all types of rape are the same, be it the tipsy-girl-consented-but-retracted-next-morning-rape, the 5-second-rape or forcibly-dragged-into-the-woods-rape.

 

4) Rape is over-rated

Male on male rape, like in prison, has never been given special attention. Though prison rape deserves more attention, nobody would suggest removal of due process and inversion of the burden of proof.  Now that male on female rape has no major reproductive consequences, it should not be accorded more seriousness then male on male rape.

We believe that 95% new rape legislation of the last 50 years should be unceremoniously scrapped. We made a point that during the last 50 years rape has become less relevant and less damaging then during prior human history.

Rape is a crime, but due to modern technological advances in abortion and DNA testing, it is no different from battery, forcible robbery, and other "normal" crimes.

Thus penalties could be lessened, not increased. (No, we don’t say real forcible rape should go unpunished).

Certainly, there is no reason for creating a police state that inverts the burden of proof for rape prosecutions, takes away presumption of innocence. Certainly colleges should not be required to use "preponderance of the evidence" for disciplinary action against male students accused of rape

  • Due process has to be re-instituted in rape legislation. It is our legal tradition that rather 10 guilty go free then one innocent be convicted. Due process violations are more egregious in date rape and other modern rape inventions. If it can not be proven, too bad. Bullies and known Mafia goons also escape conviction because of due process. Prosecution of true forcible violent stranger rape is less impeded if bound by due process.
  • The rape of our language has to end. We should return to clear vocabulary. Consent is consent, illicit sex with a consenting minor is just that, and not non-consensual rape. 17 year olds are no children, rather only those under 14 or under 12.
  • Statutory rape and age of consent should be analyzed by honest scientists unimpeded by US senate and US congress vote interference in scientific research (Rind study)
  • We suggest that those concerned about underage adolescents use other protection then blanket draconian punishments. Parental consent, mandatory counseling before sexual relation with a minor, notary declaration of intent, etc.
  • Counseling and/or notarized declarations could also be used to legalize relations with power differentials, e.g. at work places. A large percentage of older University professors from the 1960′ies are married to former graduate students of theirs. We would like to see this freedom back again.
  • Marital rape should have a special burden of proof (so husbands don’t have to live a life in constant fear accusations at any time). In a marriage there is a presumption that taking a beer from the fridge or borrowing the other person’s car will not lead to theft or robbery proceedings. To invalidate such a presumption, a public notification would be required, that from now on the car must not be borrowed, and that sex is not to be taken for granted or that she does not agree to sex ever. Then the burden of proof would be lowered.
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    25 Comments

    1. What’s So Awful About Rape? Rape is Not as Bad as it Used to Be! says:

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      [...] published at Human Stupidity on June 13, [...]

    2. woah says:

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      ive been falsely accused and this article brought a tear to my eye earlier today

      i commented about it on another website

      keep it up

    3. admin says:

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      comment here, feel free. I have lots more articles related to the rape, sex, abuse hysteria. Paste your long comments here, they are welcome.

    4. Celice says:

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      You are a man right? Only a man could make light of something serious are real rape. We are not animals, our thought processes, impulse control, emotions, etc are much more highly evolved than a duck’s – real rape, violent forced on her sex leave scars. Sure, she can take care of a pregnancy through abortion (like it’s that easy to abort, many rape victims can’t bring themselves to do it) – and it’s just a hymen, who cares? Well, I’ll tell you, all girls care about their virginity and who gets to be the special person to take it. It may not matter to you, but it matters to us – losing your virginity through rape, having a violence as your first sexual experience will leave deep and lasting scars. No lifelong consequences? What if he gives her a disease? HIV can’t be cured, neither can herpes, she’ll walk around with it for the rest of her life. Don’t even get me started on the emotional damage done. I’m not talking about statutory rape which is laughable to me, or any other form of consentual ‘rape’ … I’m talking about real rape. It IS what it used to be. It’s violent, it’s painful and it leaves you with permanent scars, whether they are emotional or physical. It doesn’t matter if it’s a man or a woman being raped, the feelings are the same, I’m sure.

      And no, I’m not some man-hating feminist who want to take your power away … I find many of the new morality/sex laws offensive and irritating (even downright scary!). But there is a line between what’s right and what’s wrong. Wrongfully accusing a man of rape – so wrong. Telling a rape victim ‘Oh it’s not so bad, you’ll get over it” – also wrong.

    5. Eugenicist says:

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      Interesting post.

      If you want this thought to get attention, though, I think you need to acknowledge the psychological consequences of being raped, especially as a child or adolescent.

      If you have 20 minutes, read this suicide note by Bill Zeller, a talented young programmer: http://gizmodo.com/5726667/the-agonizing-last-words-of-bill-zeller

      In the second paragraph he says “this [i.e. childhood rape] has affected every aspect of my life.” What’s true for him is probably true for many men and women who survived early (or not-so-early) sexual assault.

      I agree with you that not all rape is equally bad, and that it is not as devastating as it once was. But by focusing on the social consequences, and ignoring the mental/psychological ones, you may alienate more people than you intend to.

    6. 4rgh says:

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      Simple Solution for rape (take me….if you leave me I’ll say you raped me) and the is my buying you dinner going to get me anywhere dillema. Just have the courthouses mail out a few dozen consent forms to each male and problem solved

      Male (name) provides___________ ( 1 salad,1 $15 she eats around, 1 bottle wine, 2 tickets to some julia roberts movie and 1 pair of shoes)

      Female provides (check box of each applicable item) oral,anal,cowgirl,reverse cowgirl, hand job only, toe up the bum, batts eyelashes only

      Both sign and voila all legal + it lets the man know if $20 susie in the corner is a better deal.

    7. admin says:

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      This title, of course, is meant to provoke. Nobody says rape is harmless. Or rather, forcible rape is not harmless. But, there are men committing suicide for having to live in wage slavery for their child-less ex wives, enforced by debtor’s prison. All this is, of course, anecdotal evidence. Unbiased research can say more about this.

      All discussions are further muddled by the confusion about the 25 meanings of “rape”.

      One site quoted this article in the context of a violent gang rape of a Nordic teen by a Muslim teen gang. This certainly is heinous, but being beaten into a life long coma by the same gang is probably even worse.

      Now most “rapes” in civilized environments like colleges are far different, they often are of the consented-but-blamed-drunkenness kind. Or consented but not allowed by age of consent laws in this state rape.

      This is meant to inspire discussion and thought.

    8. ThePoint says:

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      I think you’re missing the real point, however. Rape (I’m talking about real rape, not statutory bull or anything) is deserving of the death penalty because it’s deliberately torturing another human being, and getting off on it. There’s a reason why other forms of torture are treated on a par with murder; you can’t brush that away by saying, “oh, you can still get married, and you can have an abortion anyway.”

      Your essay only addresses the *economic* damage done to women (and by extension the men responsible for them) in the old days; but even if it were to somehow raise a woman’s status, forcible rape would still be a crime deserving of death. It is in every society’s best interest to make sure that those who would torture their members for fun are not allowed to walk free. Weather they do that by execution, imprisonment, or banishment, they need to make sure that torturing other humans is strictly curtailed.

    9. admin says:

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      @Celine, we are totally in agreement. Real forcible rape in the classic meaning of the word is a crime.

      We can argue about “how much of a crime” is it. Most women prefer to submit to rape then to be beaten severely. So maybe being beaten severely, strangled into unconsciousness, tortured, or beaten and burned into permanent disfigurement is worse then a rape with no other lasting physical damage.

      Because the reproductive consequences became less serious then they were in the past.

      As you say, injecting a HIV infected needle might be more severe then rape by a healthy man, maybe even by a HIV positive man, because HIV transmits with sex only with a 1/1000 chance, by needle injection with a much higher chance.

      We are in total agreement about the basic issues, we can discuss relative severity of sentencing now. Or much better, how to prevent crimes and not need sentencing.

      Telling a rape victim ‘Oh it’s not so bad, you’ll get over it” – also wrong.

      It is good to get over it, be it rape, or beatings, or robbery. But it still is a crime. So we agree on that point too.

      Actually, feminists love to delve into traumas, instead of trying to get over the psychological damage.

      Feminists try the opposite. They try to traumatize women who got over a non violent but forcible rape, they make them aware about how terrible they should be traumatized for life. Being beaten by the neighborhood bully, the one you see on the street every day, is quite traumatizing too. Feminists should not have monopoly for trauma. Rape is a trauma, so are many other life events.

    10. Gabriel says:

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      This article is absolutely disgusting. I have never read such a disgracefully ignorant piece of writing in my life. You should be ashamed of yourselves for writing, publishing and believing this.

    11. The Anti-Feminist says:

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      Why is ALL rape a form of torture deserving of death?

      Does a woman who voluntarily goes back to a man’s apartment, and then decides against sex at the last moment, really suffer torture if he then date rapes her? Does he really deserve to die for that?

      Surely there are degrees of rape?

      Do you also consider assaults, both physical and sexual, to be forms of torture?

      If you strip away its evolutionary and historic meaning, rape is most often just an assault. In severe cases, it could be torture, just as many phsycial assaults are. To say that all rapists deserve death seems way over the top.

    12. FU says:

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      Yes it is torture and yes he should be killed. Violently and horrifically. Just like you.

    13. Renee says:

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      Rape, terrible no more: modern technological progress alleviates most consequences of rape

      1.Rape consequences are not what they used to be:
      In our modern technological world with abortion, DNA testing and birth control, rape does no more lead to unavoidable offspring, uncertain paternity, and loss of all-important virginity.

      Well that’s a literal way of putting it, but really, who are you to say that the consequences aren’t what they used to be or that rape isn’t as terrible as it “once was”? What about the psychological, emotional, physical consequences that a victim will have? The good thing is, today the trauma that the victim suffered isn’t ignored.

      •Rape does no more make a women unmarriageable
      •Rape does no more force a woman to give birth to an unwanted baby fathered by the rapist (there is always abortion)
      •Rape does no more leave the actual or future husband unsure about paternity, if he is the father (DNA testing) nor put a husband at special risk of having a wife pregnant from a rapist (abortion, birth control)

      While this is true, what’s being ignored is the victim and the trauma suffered to that person.

      Another thing is, I don’t like to compare crimes and assault. Being beaten, raped, brutally attacked, or murdered are all horrible. No point in making comparisons.

      As for evolutionary biology of rape, it’s irrevelant.

      And I do agree that age of consent and statutory rape laws need to be looked at and changed.

    14. admin says:

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      Feminst trump weapon is TRAUMA. Traumatic experiences. See my article

      Weakness is a mighty weapon for fragile feminist crybaby girls: The Sexual Harassment Industry

      Women get profoundly traumatized by elevator eyes, by objectifying gaze

      Nobody ever thinks women could do empowerment training and psychotherapy to be stronger and endure minute adversities without life long trauma.

      Rather, there is constant effort to make women aware they were raped, if they themselves think they were not raped (like when they got themselves drunk for the purpose of getting the courage to have sex).

      Women get convinced that they were traumatized. If they were not, they get talked into it. Just like underage sex and other issues.

      And yes, you can compare crimes. Do you prefer to get someone knock out 5 front teeth or clean out your bank account.

      Do you prefer to get raped, with no long term physical damage, or choked into brain damage.

      Very realistic questions.

    15. MorsTriumphalis says:

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      If women really thought their virginity was so special then why is it they almost always give it to the Jeff Spicoli’s and 50 Cent’s of the world.

    16. GoodGravey says:

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      So let me get this straight. You are at a party, you are really drunk and pass out on the bed. Someone rapes you (let’s for the moment say they anally rape you). Nice and gently of course. You eventually wake up and realise what has happened to you.

      How do you feel? Good? You haven’t really been raped at all have you?

      As for your abortion comments about how pregnancy is no longer an issue – where or when do you live?? Don’t you realise that many States are trying to re-define rape to make abortion for rape victims almost impossible? Don’t you realise that the GOP are hell-bent on making abortion illegal?

      And before you get too far into the man-hating feminist bullshit, consider this: we feminists (I am a man) don’t hate all men. It is personal. It is just you.

    17. admin says:

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      Passed out means no consent possible. Unless if consent was given before, while still fully conscious. Like in the case of a husband. But otherwise, if someone finds you passed out and has sex with you, then there was no consent.

      Now imagine I get so drunk that I pass out on a public park bench. The next morning my phone, my watch, my credit cards and my money are gone. Is it theft? Yes. But will peole

      So let me get this straight. You are at a party, you are really drunk and pass out on the bed. Someone rapes you (let’s for the moment say they anally rape you). Nice and gently of course. You eventually wake up and realise what has happened to you.

      How do you feel? Good? You haven’t really been raped at all have you?

      Thank you for using the term re-redefining rape. Human-Stupidity wrote a post with exactly that title. Note that Republicans want to prevent FREE abortions with government money for rape victims. And also take away the incentive to lie about rape to get a free abortion.

      But as long as Roe vs. Wade stays, this will not make abortion impossible. Just pay as anyone else would. Just as victims of violent beatings still are supposed to pay their own medical treatment.

      As for your abortion comments about how pregnancy is no longer an issue – where or when do you live?? Don’t you realise that many States are trying to re-define rape to make abortion for rape victims almost impossible? Don’t you realise that the GOP are hell-bent on making abortion illegal?

    18. SF says:

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      Thank you for this sensible truth-telling article. But I think the female sexuality/submission side should have been discussed in more detail, because I believe rape is not always a 100% negative experience

      These surveys may be of interest to female readers

      http://www.misterpoll.com/polls/525856
      and
      http://www.misterpoll.com/polls/525677

    19. admin says:

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      “Are you glad to have been raped?” questionnaire? 97% yes? Did you link from a fetish web site? I would not go as far as to condone this.

      Though there is some truth to it. Getting slightly overpowered by the right guy is probably a turn-on for many women.

      A woman is perfectly able to be totally clear and say: “stop now, I am dead serious, I will start screaming and hitting you if you don’t”. I quoted a case where the woman said “I should go home now”. The guy continued and thus was convicted of rape.

      In your questionnaire women go to bad parts of town in slutty clothes. This way a fantasy could go further then desired. Even in your questionnaire, most did not think getting beaten and tortured was desirable.

      There should be safer ways to fulfill a fantasy. The average date rape situation could be such a situation. The girl could pick the guy she desires and then put herself into a dangerous situation. Most likely the guy she picked would not use dangerous levels of violence.

      Now I see, due to modern technology living out rape fantasies are less dangerous. At least, pregnancy can be avoided!

      Feel free to elaborate on these issues. And everyone else, please don’t quote my comments here as my official stance on rape laws.

    20. Cal Jimmer says:

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      Yet another instance where a rape could have been prevented This time it happened in England when a pleading women begged to stay on the bus, but was kicked off

    21. Talmida says:

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      Yup, my thoughts, too —- has to be a man that wrote this. Rape is always hanous and despicable, whether done to a man or a woman or a child. You would think that the fear men have of being raped in prison would help the understand how women feel about being raped. But i have news for you men (and women) that seems to be lost in all the talk —- it is possible to kill a woman by raping her. A woman has major blood vessels going to her uterus/etc. and the surrounding area and it is possible to tear her up inside so bad that she will bleed to death internally. And don’t forget about our American reporter who was mass raped during Egypt’s “freedom” riots; the men almost killed her — they were pulling her apart so hard that they had pulled her bones were pulled apart at the joints. They would have killed her if it hadn’t been for the Egyptian women who interviened (and then the Egyptian police). Men can justify anything they do to a woman — the reason Feminism came to being, by the way ~~~ us women shouting, “We ain’t going to take it no more !!!!!!”

    22. James says:

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      I wonder if you’d have the same opinion if you got anally raped by a hairy biker on a night out…

    23. admin says:

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      Someone actually bothered to write a long response to “Rape is not as bad as it used to be”. It is actually an example of how people confuse, misunderstand, mislead. Or rather how they have been misled.

      But, the person tried, gave a long response.

      Anyone bother to comment?

      http://human-genious.blogspot.com.br/2011/06/whats-so-awful-about-rape-retort.html

    24. Hannah says:

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      This was an interesting article. I have to say I disagree with most of it. Rape is about violence and control, therefore ALL RAPE is FORCIBLE. No matter if you’re a man or a woman, your body is not someone else’s property. Everyone has the right to say no to sex or any sexual interaction.
      Needless to say, it is also wrong for someone to falsely accuse someone of raping them when no rape took place.

      However, I have a very strong gut feeling that the person who wrote this article may have been accused.

    25. admin says:

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      “all rape is forcible” if you agree to the classic definition of “rape”. By modern feminist definitions of rape, consensual “rape” of consenting 15 year olds is not forcible. Neither consensual rape of tipsy 30y who had a beer or two. Even more if they are your regular girl friend who just had a few beers.

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